07/18/1975

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 18-19, 1975








07-18-1975

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BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

July 18, 1975



The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Teacher

Education building, UNLV.



Members present: Mr. James L. Buchanan, II

Mr. John A. Buchanan

Mrs. Lilly Fong

Mrs. Molly F. Knudtsen

Louis E. Lombardi, M. D.

Miss Brenda Mason

Mr. John Tom Ross



Members absent: Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Miss Helen Thompson



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President Donald H. Baepler, UNLV

President Charles R. Donnelly, CCD

President Max Milam, UNR

President Lloyd Smith, DRI

Vice President Brock Dixon, UNLV

Vice President Robert Glennen, UNLV

Vice President Herman Westfall, UNLV

Executive Vice President R. Stephen

Nicholson, CCCC

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr., General Counsel

Mr. Thomas G. Bell, Associate Counsel

Mr. Edward A. Olsen, UNR

Mr. Mark Hughes, UNLV

Mr. Harry P. Wood, UNS

Mr. Mark Dawson, DRI

Dr. Paul Aizley, UNLV

Dr. Eugene Grotegut, UNR

Mrs. Patricia Harris, DRI

Miss Delia Martinez, UNS

Dr. Henry Sciullo, UNLV

Mr. Pat Archer, ASUN

Mr. Joe Karaffa, CSUN



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Buchanan at 9:30 A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes



The minutes of the regular meeting of May 30-31, 1975, were

submitted for approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



2. Report of Gifts and Grants



Acceptance of the gifts and grants as reported by the divi-

sion Presidents was recommended (report identified as Ref. 2

and filed with permanent minutes).



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



Upon motion by Mrs. Fong, seconded by Miss Mason and unanimous

vote, the supplemental agenda was admitted.



3. Amendment of 1975-76 Work Program, UNLV



President Baepler recalled the action at the previous meet-

ing approving the establishment of the Educational Services

unit at UNLV, which combined Student Personnel Services and

the University College into one administrative unit headed

by a Vice President. He requested an amendment to the UNLV

Work Program for 1975-76 to accommodate to that reorganiza-

tion. He noted that this would involve reallocation of

$824,992 among the various accounts but did not involve any

additional funds. Proposed amendment was included with the

agenda (identified as Ref. 3 and filed with permanent min-

utes). Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Fong moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



4. Admission Requirements for Foreign Students, UNLV



President Baepler presented the following Senate-recommended

regulations, with his endorsement, for admission of foreign

students:



(1) Each international student is required to take the

TOEFL examination and show that he has at least inter-

mediate proficiency before he is admitted to the

University.



(2) If more than six months have elapsed between the time

these tests are given and his entrance at the Univer-

sity, and if his scores are lower than the recommended

level for full academic proficiency, the student is

required to take a placement test administered by the

director of ESL so that the student can know how much

English he must take before he can enter a full aca-

demic program at UNLV.



(3) If the student is a transfer from another institution

with a certificate of proficiency in English, or with

grades in English courses which would indicate that he

can handle the work at this school, he can be admitted

without being required to take the TOEFL.



(4) All papers must have been processed before the student

receives his certificate of admission (I-20). He must

have been sent his certificate of admission by the

following dates:



(a) July 15th for Fall admission

(b) December 15th for Spring admission

(c) May 15th for Summer admission



(5) The Office of Admissions shall have the authority to

waive the language test requirement when competence in

the English language is evident.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval, effective Fall

semester, 1975.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



5. Proposed Changes to Grading System, UNLV



President Baepler reported the following recommendations by

the UNLV Senate for changes to the grading system policy as

reflected on Pages 9 and 10, Title 4, Chapter 10, Section

18.b of the Board of Regents Handbook:



(1) The existing policy on the S/N (pass/no credit) grade

option provides that "Each student may take at most one

course per semester on a pass/no credit basis up to a

maximum of 24 undergraduate credit hours, provided that

physical education activity courses shall be exempted

from the 24-credit hour limitation and from the one

course per semester limit, and that student teaching

shall be exempted from the 24-credit hour limitation."



The Senate recommends that the restriction on the num-

ber of pass/fail credit hours which may be taken during

a given semester be removed. The 24-credit hour limi-

tation for a baccalaureate and 12-credit hour limita-

tion for associate degree will remain.



(2) The existing policy on Incomplete states that "I is

given if a student has not completed all the require-

ments for the course at the end of the semester with a

reason good enough to satisfy the instructor. Incom-

pletes revert to a designated grade after one year, if

the requirements have not been made up by that time."



The Senate recommends that this policy be amended so

that the last sentence reads: "Incompletes not made up

after one year will remain an incomplete on the stu-

dent's transcript."



President Baepler and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval effective Fall, 1975.



In response to concern expressed by Mr. Ross over the widen-

ing differences in the grading systems of the two Universi-

ties, Chancellor Humphrey suggested that action on the

recommended change in the policy on pass/fail credit be held

until the September meeting to allow for further discussion.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval of the above recommendation

reflected in (2), with action on the recommendation reflect-

ed in (1) deferred until September. Motion seconded by Mrs.

Fong, carried without dissent.



6. Report on UNLV Nursing Program



President Baepler recalled the previous discussion in the

Press of the nursing program at UNR noting that this had

prompted him to request Dean May Ann Michel to be present to

discuss with the Board the quality of the nursing program at

UNLV and the report of the quality of the committee which

had recently concluded a review of that program.



Dean Michel commented on the program as it has progressed

since 1971. (A copy of Dean Michel's comments are filed

with permanent minutes).



7. Requests for Loans from the DRI Contingency Reserve



President Smith requested the following loans from the DRI

Contingency Reserve:



(1) ERDA Contract AT(29)-1253, general and 6 subcontracts

totaling $488,230 effective July 1, 1975 have been ne-

gotiated but the final documents have not been receiv-

ed. A loan to fund operation on this contract in the

amount of $97,646 for two months is requested.



(2) Governor's Committee on Waste Disposal. The State

Planning Coordinator has informed the Center for Water

Resources Research that a contract in the amount of

$5,000 to allow work to begin is requested.



(3) The Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics has had a con-

tract with Bechtel Power Company for meteorological

air quality work necessary to select a site for the

Harry Allen Generating Plant in Southern Nevada. The

renewal of the contract has not yet been received. A

loan of $30,300 is requested to allow the work to con-

tinue until the renewal document is received.



(4) A loan of $3,900 is requested to allow work on Air

Force Grant No. AF 19628-72-C-0280, under the direction

of Dr. John Hallett, to continue until the renewal doc-

ument is received.



(5) A loan of $3,800 is requested to allow the work on NSF

Grant No. OPP73-05843A01 under the direction of Profes-

sor Joseph Warburton to continue until the renewal do-

cument is received.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval, noting that the

Contingency Reserve now has a balance of $184,060.74 and

upon approval of the above loans, the balance would be

$47,914.74.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



8. Proposed Change of Laboratory and Center Names, DRI



President Smith recalled that in May he had recommended the

name of the Western Studies Center be changed to Social

Sciences Center, and the name of the Desert Biology Labora-

tory be changed to the Ecology and Bio-Energetics Center.

Dr. Smith's recommendation was included with the agenda

(identified as Ref. 8 and filed with permanent minutes).

Dr. Smith further recalled that at the May meeting it had

been reported that these recommendations had been referred

to the UNR and UNLV Divisions for review with action to be

scheduled at the July meeting.



Chancellor Humphrey reported that reservations have been

expressed by UNR and UNLV concerning these changes and in

view of these reservations, he recommended that this item

be postponed until November in order that discussion and

decision may be combined with discussion and decision on

the DRI position paper.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



9. Approval of Fund Transfers, DRI



President Smith requested approval of the following fund

transfers:



#76-001 $68,107 from the Reserve for Energy Studies and

Reorientation Programs to the Laboratory of Atmos-

pheric Physics to provide administrative support

required to begin to reorient some of its programs.



#76-003 $15,000 from the Reserve for Energy Studies and

Reorientation Programs to the Laboratory of Atmos-

perhic Physics to provide seed money for Air

Motions Study.



#76-002 $15,000 from the Reserve for Energy Studies and

Reorientation Programs to the Laboratory of Atmos-

pheric Physics to provide seed money for Solar

Energy Research project.



#76-004 $30,000 from the Reserve for Energy Studies and

Reorientation Programs to the Laboratory of Atmos-

pheric Physics to provide sufficient funds for

analysis of data collected on Pyramid Lake Project

and completion of final report.



#76-005 $60,000 from Weather Modification Reserve to the

Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics to establish

budget for Walker Lake Weather Modification Study

as approved by the 1975 Session of the Nevada

Legislature.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



10. Approval of Estimative Budgets for 1975-76, DRI



President Smith requested approval of the following estima-

tive budgets for 1975-76:



(1) DRI XEROX SALES



Source of Funds

Sales $12,000

Total Revenue $12,000



Application of Funds

Operating $12,000

Total Application of Funds $12,000



(2) PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR



Source of Funds

Indirect Cost Recovery $25,000

Total Revenue $25,000



Application of Funds

Operating $15,000

Out-of-State Travel 10,000

Total Application of Funds $25,000



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



11. New Program Proposal, CCD



President Donnelly presented a Phase II proposal for a pro-

gram in Occupational Safety and Health leading to both a

certificate and an Associate in Applied Science degree at

CCCC and WNCC. Following discussion of the proposal (copy

on file in the Chancellor's Office) President Donnelly

requested approval by the Board. Chancellor Humphrey

concurred.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



12. Cosmetology Program Fee, CCD



President Donnelly noted that under a cooperative agreement

between Western Nevada Community College and Ponce College

of Beauty in Reno, students are provided an opportunity to

earn an Associate in Applied Science degree while training

as a Cosmetologist. President Donnelly requested authoriza-

tion to assess a fee of $3 per credit, instead of the $8 per

credit registration fee, for each course taken in the major

occupational area. This fee will be in addition to the fees

paid to the Ponce College of Beauty. Chancellor Humphrey

recommended approval, effective immediately.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



13. CCD Administration Office Space



President Donnelly noted that his office and the CCD admin-

istration operations presently occupy 1,745 gross square

feet of office space in the UNS Administration building, 405

Marsh Avenue, and they lease additional space in the Lee

Brothers' building at 506 Humboldt Street. He requested

that two additional offices be leased in the Lee Brothers'

building for the period July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1977, at

the additional annual rate of $4,162.32, bringing the total

lease to $8,002.32 annually. Chancellor Humphrey recommend-

ed approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



14. CCCC Building Lease



President Donnelly recalled that CCCC has had a lease with

the Delhi Corporation for the period December 11, 1972 to

June 30, 1975, for the property at 801 North Main Street,

Las Vegas, at an annual rate of $16,800, or 13.5 cents per

gross square foot per month. (The adjacent Review-Journal

lease is at 17.5 cents per gross square foot per month.)

Dr. Donnelly reported that he has negotiated an extension of

two years; however, the best terms which could be secured

were for an annual rate of $24,000 or 19.5 cents per gross

square foot per month. He stated that the Review-Journal

and Delhi properties are both required until the Summer,

1977, at which time the operations located there will be

moved to the main Campus site on Cheyenne Street, North Las

Vegas. Chancellor Humphrey recommended the lease be

approved.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr. Lombardi,

carried without dissent.



15. Solar Energy Research Facility



President Smith recalled the earlier action by Boulder City

in making available to the DRI a parcel of land on which to

construct a solar energy-heated-and-cooled Desert Biology

Laboratory. He also recalled the decision to abandon the

plans to construct this facility because of the lack of ade-

quate funding. Subsequently, the 1975 Legislature appro-

priated $370,000 to build a Solar Energy Laboratory in

Clark County.



Dr. Smith reported that because of the budget constraints

it was concluded that the original site provided by Boulder

City would not be suitable because it required extensive

site preparation and it was agreed that an alternate site

would be required. Accordingly, the Boulder City Council

was informed of the problem with the original site and was

requested to suggest some alternate sites if there was still

an interest in having the laboratory located there. Sites

were also considered on the UNLV Campus and elsewhere in

Las Vegas.



Five sites were suggested as suitable alternates by Boulder

City and were considered by the Institute. One was found to

be acceptable and met the criteria which had been developed.



Dr. Smith continued by reporting on his negotiations with

the Boulder City Council and the resolution of concerns both

on the part of DRI (i. e., a potential assessment for the

extension of Buchanan Blvd.) and on the part of Boulder City

(i. e., proposed occasional use of trailers on the site).



Mr. Tim Cooper, Mayor of Boulder City, spoke concerning the

position of the City of Boulder, stating that at a meeting

the previous evening, the City Manager and Council were in-

structed to prepare a letter to the Board of Regents and DRI

setting forth Boulder City's intention to transfer the land

identified by Dr. Smith as being a suitable site for the

Solar Energy Research Facility (identified as approximately

three acres, with a 300' frontage along Buchanan Blvd.), and

to enter into a new agreement canceling the old parcel. Mr.

Cooper further stated that Senator James Gibson has express-

ed the opinion that it was a State obligation to provide the

offsite improvements (i. e., the extension of Buchanan Blvd.

if that becomes appropriate), and he continued by stating

that this matter would be worked out in the final agreement

in a manner so as to eliminate any requirement for DRI to

provide offsite improvement money. Even, he added, to the

extent that Boulder City could, pending the next legislative

session, provide interim financing for the offsite improve-

ments.



In response to an inquiry from Chairman Buchanan concerning

the number of Council members present the previous evening,

Mr. Cooper stated that two of the five members were present.

He added, however, that he felt that he and the other member

present could adequately relay the information to the addi-

tional Council members and answer any additional questions

they may have.



In further response to inquiries from Chairman Buchanan,

Mayor Cooper stated that he believed that Boulder City could

meet the requirements of DRI if the facility is located in

that city and that the site selected by President Smith

could meet the requirements for the location of the facil-

ity. He also noted that in addition to the three acres in

the initial site, seven acres are being held for future

expansion if required.



Dr. Smith stated that in view of the fact that Boulder City

has been so cooperative and, in that the site under consid-

eration seems to be suitable for the Solar Energy Research

Facility and provides space for necessary expansion, and in

view of the fact that DRI is already somewhat late in get-

ting into this area, he recommended that if Boulder City can

effect the transfer the Board of Regents accept the site

offered.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



16. Request from Dr. Lonnie L. Hammargren



President Smith reported that Dr. Hammargren, President of

the Astronomical Society of Southern Nevada, had requested

assistance from the Desert Research Institute to engineer

and supervise the installation of absorbers on the roof of

his house in conjunction with an addition which is presently

under construction. Dr. Smith stated that he had pointed

out to Dr. Hammargren that DRI was not in a position to

provide this assistance and suggested that he go to a more

conventional roof. Dr. Smith noted the presence of Dr.

Hammargren who had requested an opportunity to discuss the

project with the Board.



Dr. Hammargren distributed a letter to the Board which re-

quested a cooperative effort whereby the University would

commit $20,000 to the Astronomical Society to investigate

the current state of the art of solar energy utilization re-

garding present standards of construction in compliance with

building codes, and requested the Board to assign University

personnel to work on the project. This study would be con-

ducted by constructing solar energy collectors on the roof

of Dr. Hammargren's residence.



Chairman Buchanan stated that he did not believe that it

would be legally permissible to allocate State funds for a

project on private property. He suggested that Dr. Baepler

might arrange to introduce Dr. Hammargren to someone on the

staff who was qualified to do consulting in this area.



17. Proposed Land Lease for Animal Disease Laboratory, NNCC



President Donnelly reported that the Nevada State Department

of Agriculture plans to build an Animal Disease Laboratory

in Elko and the State Public Works Board has requested that

the building be located on the Campus of NNCC. Dr. Donnelly

stated that the NNCC Advisory Board and Vice President Berg

concur with the location of this building on that Campus.

He requested that the Board authorize the negotiation of a

lease agreement with the Department of Agriculture for the

land necessary for a building estimated at 1,100 assignable

square feet, to be located at the far end of the Campus near

the fairgrounds and adjacent to the proposed freeway. He

also recommended that the final plans for the proposed fa-

cility be subject to administrative review and Board approv-

al in order that the University may be assured of archi-

tectural compatibility.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval, with the under-

standing that the terms of the lease agreement will be sub-

ject to review by Counsel and to approval by the Board and

the Governor.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



18. Approval of Estimative Budgets for 1975-76, CCD



President Donnelly requested approval of the following

Estimative Budgets for CCD for 1975-76:



1. NNCC COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS



Source of Funds

Student Fees $ 23,000



Application of Funds

Part-Time Prof Salaries $ 15,000

Operating

Instructional Supplies 8,000

Total Application of Funds $23,000



2. WNCC COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS



Source of Funds

Student Fees $121,600



Application of Funds

Part-Time Prof Salaries $ 80,000

Part-Time Class Salaries 5,000

Wages 5,000

Operating

Space Rental & Utilities 9,600

Instructional Supplies 20,000

Reserve for Contingencies 2,000

Total Application of Funds $121,600



3. WNCC ATHLETICS



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 1,200

Receipts 300

Student Fees 7,200

Total Source of Funds $ 8,700



Application of Funds

Basketball:

Team Travel $ 3,210

Home Game Expenses 1,350

Equipment 726

Insurance 500

Golf:

Team Travel 520

Equipment 150

Insurance 250

Boxing:

Team Travel 350

Home Match Expense 400

Equipment 200

Insurance 450

Golden Valley Conference Dues 350

Reserve for Contingencies 244

Total Application of Funds $ 8,700



4. CCCC LAB FEES



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 4,130

Student Lab Fees 4,800

Total Source of Funds $ 8,930



Application of Funds

Instructional Supplies $ 4,000

Astronomy Equipment 3,500

Reserve for Contingencies 1,430

Total Application of Funds $ 8,930



5. CCCC MOTOR POOL



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 4,220

Vehicle Use Charges 11,700

Total Source of Funds $ 15,920



Application of Funds

Vehicle Operating Costs $ 8,000

Vehicle Purchase 6,000

Reserve for Contingencies 1,920

Total Application of Funds $ 15,920



6. CCCC VENDING MACHINE SALES



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 2,444

Sales Revenue 3,600

Total Source of Funds $ 6,044



Application of Funds

Supplies $ 750

Equipment 1,800

Ending Fund Balance 3,494

Total Application of Funds $ 6,044



7. CCCC PRINTING SERVICES



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 1,500

Printing Charges 32,000

Total Source of Funds $ 33,500



Application of Funds

Paper & Printing Supplies $ 24,500

Equipment 4,000

Reserve for Contingencies 5,000

Total Application of Funds $ 33,500



8. CCCC CENTRAL STORES



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 6,010

Sales Revenue 48,500

Total Source of Funds $ 54,510



Application of Funds

Supplies for Resale $ 44,750

Ending Fund Balance 9,760

Total Application of Funds $ 54,510



9. CCCC TUTORING - SPECIAL INSTRUCTION



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 510

Fees 1,200

Total Source of Funds $ 1,710



Application of Funds

Wages $ 1,400

Reserve for Contingencies 310

Total Application of Funds $ 1,710



10. CCCC BOOKSTORE



Source of Funds $ 19,235

Sales Revenue 240,000

Total Source of Funds $259,235



Application of Funds

Professional Salaries $ 5,358

Classified Salaries 7,298

Fringe Benefits 2,024

Book Purchases 199,200

Ending Fund Balance 45,355

Total Application of Funds $259,235



11. CCCC CHILD CARE CENTER



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 2,500

Fees 6,500

Total Source of Funds $ 9,000



Application of Funds

Professional Salaries $ 4,000

Fringe Benefits 476

Operating

Supplies 3,500

Out-of-State Travel 500

Reserve for Contingencies 524

Total Application of Funds $ 9,000



12. CCCC COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 42,665

Student Fees 45,000

Total Source of Funds $ 87,665



Application of Funds

Professional Salaries $ 43,500

Classified Salaries 7,500

Fringe Benefits 6,247

Wages 4,665

Operating

Supplies & Advertising 4,900

Travel 5,200

Reserve for Contingencies 15,653

Total Application of Funds $ 87,665



13. CCCC INDIRECT COSTS



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 31,464

Grant Indirect Cost Revenue 18,250

Total Source of Funds $ 49,714



Application of Funds

Supplies $ 3,000

Equipment - Science Forum 30,000

Out-of-State Travel 3,500

Ending Fund Balance 13,214

Total Application of Funds $ 49,714



14. CCCC FOOD SERVICES & SALES



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 5,000

Sales Revenue 168,000

Total Source of Funds $173,000



Application of Funds

Food & Supplies $159,000

Kitchen Equipment 5,500

Reserve for Contingencies 8,500

Total Application of Funds $173,000



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



19. Bid Opening, Clark County Community College, Phase III



President Donnelly reported that bids were opened July 10,

1975 by the State Public Works Board with the following

results:



Bidder Base Bid Alternate Total



Corrao Construction Co. $3,344,217 $146,618 $3,490,835

Sletten Construction Co. 3,467,000 155,000 3,622,000

J. A. Tiberti Construction 3,364,000 150,000 3,514,000

John E. Yoxen Co. 3,510,000 166,000 3,676,000



Alternate - Parking Lot, Landscaping and Exterior Lighting



Dr. Donnelly stated that the State Public Works Board pro-

poses to award a contract to Corrao Construction Co. for the

base bid plus the alternate for a total of $3,490,835. The

project budget is $4,196,000. President Donnelly and

Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the Board of Regents

concur in the award of a contract as proposed.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



20. Bid Opening, Northern Nevada Community College Landscaping



President Donnelly reported that bids were opened by the

State Public Works Board on July 8, 1975, with the following

results:



Bidder Base Bid Alt A Total



Nevada Lawn Service $28,470 $3,000 $31,670

Angelo Pecorilla 27,500 7,000 34,500



Dr. Donnelly stated that the State Public Works Board pro-

poses to award a contract to Nevada Lawn Service for the

base bid plus alternate A for a total of $31,670. The

project budget is $35,079.29. President Donnelly and

Chancellor Humphrey recommended the Board of Regents concur

in the award of a contract as proposed.



Mrs. Fong moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



21. Bookstore Loan, CCCC



President Donnelly recalled that in July, 1974, the Board

approved a $40,000 loan from the CCCC Capital Improvement

Fee account to the CCCC Bookstore to finance inventory for

the period between the receipt and sale of books for the

Fall and Spring semesters. The loan is repayable at the

end of the 60-day period following each semester opening.



Dr. Donnelly requested that this loan be increased to

$70,000 under the same terms and conditions for repayment,

noting that the increased enrollment and resulting increases

in class offerings makes the $40,000 loan insufficient to

cover the required short term inventory. Chancellor

Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



22. CCCC Student Body Association Budget for 1975-76



President Donnelly requested approval of the following bud-

budget for the CCCC Student Body Association for 1975-76:



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 58,544

Student Fees 28,300

Total Source of Funds $ 86,844



Application of Funds

Supplies $ 3,200

Student Events 12,750

Furnishings 4,500

Travel 5,000

Ending Fund Balance 61,394

Total Application of Funds $ 86,844



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Miss Mason moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



Mr. Karaffa, CSUN President, requested that the Student

Body Association Presidents from the Community College

Division be invited to attend Board meetings and to repre-

sent their associations, in the same manner that CSUN and

ASUN are represented.



Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that for the past eight

years, all Student Body Associations have been invited to

send their President or other representative to Board

meetings and funds are provided to reimburse their travel;

however, the practice had been for the CCD Student Body

President nearest the meeting to represent CCD. It was

agreed that the Chairman would send a letter to all stu-

dent body officers, restating the invitation to attend

Board meetings.



23. Night Depository Agreement, CCD



President Donnelly requested approval of a Special

Depository Agreement with First National Bank in Fallon

for use by WNCC of the night depository facilities for the

deposit of registration fees collected in Fallon. He

proposed the following persons be authorized to make such

deposits:



Bert Munson, Marvin Wycoff or Elliott Lima.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Miss Mason moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



24. Degree Requirement after Matriculation, UNR



President Milam noted that the Board of Regents Handbook

(Title 4, Chapter 10, Section 16) provides that "A nondegree

student at UNR may register for a maximum of six semester

credits (or equivalent) in classroom instruction in one

semester. Although there is no limit to the number of

credits which may be earned in this category, a maximum

of 15 credits is acceptable toward a bachelor's degree."



President Milam recommended that this policy be changed to

allow a nondegree student to apply up to 32 credits towards

a degree requirement after matriculation. Chancellor

Humphrey recommended approval, effective immediately.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



25. Bid Opening, Getchell Library Addition, UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened June 26, 1975

by the State Public Works Board for the addition to the

Getchell Library, with the following bid result:



Bidder Base Bid Alt A Alt B Total



Walker-Boudwin $2,629,903 $50,812 $10,000 $2,690,715

Corrao Constr. 2,803,327 50,000 9,800 2,863,127

Johnson & Mape 2,706,603 50,500 10,400 2,767,503

Brunzell Constr. 2,766,296 56,641 9,878 2,832,815

Mc Kenzie Constr. 2,909,000 50,000 10,500 2,969,500



Alternate A - Provide and install shelving and specified

accessories for multi-tier book stacks.

Alternate B - Provide and install landscaping.



President Milam and Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the

Board concur in the award by the State Public Works Board of

a construction contract to Walker-Boudwin Construction Co.

for the base bid plus alternates A and B for a total of

$2,690,715. This project has a construction budget of

$3,008,000.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



26. Bid Opening, Air Conditioning of Home Economics Building,

UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened June 30, 1975

by the State Public Works Board for air conditioning of the

Home Economics building. This project has a budget of

$180,000. Bid results were as follows:



Bidder Base Bid Alt A Total



Savage & Son $155,865 $9,200 $165,065

Mc Clenahan Co. 166,950 9,307 176,257

Barkman Plumb & Heat 169,696 9,200 178,896

Clark Brothers 172,000 9,200 181,200



Alternate provides for night setback thermostats.



President Milam and Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the

Board concur in the award of a contract to Savage and Son in

the total amount of $165,065.



Miss Mason moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



27. Fuson Lecture Fund, UNR



President Milam recalled that in 1965, Dr. R. C. Fuson,

Visting Professor in the Chemistry Department, UNR, gave the

University a gift in the form of common stock of the E. I.

Du Pont de Nemours and Company, valued at approximately

$10,000, with the stipulation that the income therefrom be

used to establish and support an annual lectureship in

Chemistry. In accepting this gift, the Board agreed to

guarantee a fund of $500 for each fiscal year for five years

starting in 1965-66, in the event the income from the gift

was less than $500 annually.



Dr. Milam noted that in 1966 the Fuson Lecture Fund was

supplemented with $298.53 from the Board of Regents Special

Projects Fund and in 1967 was again supplemented by $189.06.

In 1968, the fund fell short of the $500 total by $80.03; in

1969, the shortage was $61.94; and in 1970, $26.18, making a

total shortage for the three year period of $168.15.



President Milam requested that $168.15 be transferred from

the Board of Regents Special Projects Account to fund the

deficit in the Fuson Chemistry Lecture Fund. Chancellor

Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



28. Approval of Fund Transfers, UNR



President Milam requested approval of the following fund

transfer:



#102 $6,200 from the Contingency Reserve to the Bureau of

Business and Economic Research to provide salaries

for two Graduate Assistants.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



29. Transfer of Corporate Trust Funds, UNR



President Milam requested approval of the following trans-

fers of corporate trust funds:



Equipment Building Total

Corporate Trust 30

Student Housing $ 3,684.06 $11,848.82 $15,532.88

Dining Commons 17,451.31 1,038.14 18,489.45

$21,135.37 $12,886.96 $34,022.33



Corporate Trust 36

Student Housing $ 6,641.83 $20,430.70 $27,972.62



Total $27,777.20 $33,317.75 $61,094.95



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Fong moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



30. Request for Funds for Medical School Admissions Committee



President Milam noted that for the past two fiscal years,

the Board has provided travel funds for the Medical School

Admissions Committee. He requested an allocation for 1975-

76 of $4,287 from the Board of Regents Special Projects

account. Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Fong moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



31. Appointments to Investment Advisory Committee



Chairman Buchanan recalled that appointments to the Invest-

ment Advisory Committee had been made in January of Dr.

Lombardi for one year, Mrs. Knudtsen and Mrs. Fong for six

months. He announced the reappointment of Mrs. Knudtsen and

Mrs. Fong for the six months term ending December 1975, and

the appointment of Mr. John Buchanan to a six months term,

also ending December, 1975 with Dr. Lombardi to continue

as Chairman.



The meeting adjourned for lunch and a meeting of the Investment

Advisory Committee and reconvened in regular session at 1:30 P.M.



32. Anderson Health Science Building, UNR



A. Presentation of Final Plans, Phase II - Mr. Edward

Parsons, architect, presented the final plans for the

Phase II addition to the Anderson Health Science build-

ing. A summary of the scope and project was included

with the agenda (identified as Ref. 24 and filed with

permanent minutes). President Milam recommended ap-

proval. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs.

Knudtsen, carried without dissent.



B. President Milam recalled that the addition to the

Anderson Health Science building is to be financed by a

$950,000 Federal grant, $350,000 Max C. Fleischmann

Foundation grant, and $350,000 from the Howard Hughes

Operating grant. He noted that in response to a request

from Regent Anderson, the UNR Capital Improvement Fee

Fund had been analyzed to determine if any funds are

available in that account which may be used to replace

the Hughes money so that those funds could be used for

operating. Accordingly, that analysis had revealed

that $81,769 will be available after Fall registration

and President Milam recommended that $80,000 of this be

used to replace a like amount of Hughes' money in the

building account. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss

Mason, carried without dissent.



C. President Milam reported that UNR has received a Federal

grant of $700,000 for the design and construction of

Phase III of the Anderson Health Science building. The

grant requires a matching contribution of $300,000 from

private sources. In order to save time, programming and

schematic design should be initiated now, although

matching funds must still be secured. President Milam

reported that Mr. Edward Parsons, architect for the

existing building, as well as the Phase II addition,

has indicated a willingness to assist in this process

without a formal agreement for services. He recommended

and Chancellor Humphrey concurred that Mr. Parsons be

nominated as architect for Phase III and that the State

Public Works Board be requested to enter into an agree-

ment with Mr. Parsons for professional services for

Phase III of the Anderson Health Sciences building at

such time as the required matching funds are secured.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



33. Requests for Interfund Loans, UNR



A. President Milam noted that the Board had previously

approved an interfund loan of $10,000 from UNR Parking

Permits account to Central Office Services Sales account

to be used to finance inventory and to be repaid in two

years. This amount has proven to be insufficient to

handle the inventory required by the volume of work done

in this unit. President Milam requested that the loan

amount be increased to $15,000. Chancellor Humphrey

recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs.

Fong, carried without dissent.



B. President Milam requested approval of an interfund loan

of $13,500 from the UNR Parking Permits account to

Library Operating to be used along with State appro-

priated monies for the purchase of a book-detection

system costing approximately $25,580, with the loan to

be repaid over a 3-year period from operating funds of

the Library. Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



34. Proposed Property Acquisition, UNR



President Milam reported that pieces of property on Evans

Avenue are now available for purchase -- 1039 Evans Avenue

(directly east of the Fleischmann College of Agriculture),

and 1137 Evans Avenue (south of the Naval Armory). He

recommended that appraisals be obtained and the Administra-

tion be authorized to negotiate with the owners with pur-

chase subject to further review and approval by the Board.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



35. Request for Approval of Special Course Fees, UNR



President Milam requested authorization to assess a special

course fee of $35 per course for the following, effective

Fall semester, 1975:



A. Sc. 106 Basic Equitation (Horsemanship)

A. Sc. 206 Horse Husbandry

A. Sc. 208 Competitive Equitation

A. Sc. 209 Horse Management

A. Sc. 485 Special Problems in Horse and Rider Training



In each case, the above fee is in addition to the per-credit

hour registration fee. Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



36. Budget Augmentations, UNR



A. President Milam reported that in late May Dean Bohmont

was notified of final approval of 1974-75 Hatch and

Smith-Lever Federal allocations for the Agricultural

Experiment Station and the Cooperative Extension Serv-

ice. In addition, revised estimates for 1975-76 be-

came available. In order for these funds to be ex-

pended the Board of Regents must approve augmentation

of the budgets. This action is then subject to ap-

proval of the State Budget Director and the Governor.



Detail of the revisions requested is as follows:



1974-75 Cooperative Extension Service



Current Revision Revised

Budget Requested Budget

Source of Funds

State Appropriation $ 935,771 $ -- $ 935,771

Federal & Other 590,464 74,284 664,748

Total $1,526,235 $74,284 $1,600,519



Application of Funds

Professional Comp. $1,181,307 $ -- $1,181,307

Classified Comp. 158,025 -- 158,025

Wages Comp. 6,000 -- 6,000

Operating 166,903 74,284 241,187

O-S Travel 14,000 -- 14,000

Total $1,526,235 $74,284 $1,600,519



1975-76 Cooperative Extension Service



Source of Funds

State Appropriation $1,109,537 $ -- $1,109,537

Federal & Other 620,000 6,248 626,248

Total $1,729,537 $ 6,248 $1,735,785



Application of Funds

Professional Comp. $1,316,758 $ -- $1,316,758

Classified Comp. 213,081 -- 213,081

Wages Comp. 6,344 -- 6,344

Operating 181,715 5,149 186,864

O-S Travel 11,639 1,099 12,738

Total $1,729,537 $ 6,248 $1,735,785



1974-75 Agriculture Experiment Station



Source of Funds

State Appropriation $1,133,979 $ -- $1,133,979

Federal & Other 665,845 51,402 717,247

Total $1,799,824 $51,402 $1,851,226



Application of Funds

Professional Comp. $ 860,537 $ -- $ 860,537

Grad Asst Comp. 114,064 -- 114,064

Classified Comp. 412,430 -- 412,430

Wages Comp. 44,000 -- 44,000

Operating 351,793 51,402 403,195

O-S Travel 17,000 -- 17,000

Total $1,799,824 $51,402 $1,851,226



1975-76 Agriculture Experiment Station



Source of Funds

State Appropriation $1,490,111 $ -- $1,490,111

Federal & Other 665,845 109,144 774,989

Total $2,155,956 $109,144 $2,265,100



Application of Funds

Professional Comp. $ 968,150 $ -- $ 968,150

Grad Asst Comp. 135,416 -- 135,416

Classified Comp. 520,812 -- 520,812

Wages Comp. 46,650 6,445 53,095

Operating 466,908 102,699 569,607

O-S Travel 18,020 -- 18,020

Total $2,155,956 $109,144 $2,265,100



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the augmentations

be approved. If approved, the Administration will then

attempt to secure State approval, including the retro-

active approval for 1974-75 funds which have been encum-

bered but not expended awaiting this action.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs.

Fong, carried without dissent.



B. President Milam reported that the 1975 Legislature

appropriated $45,500 to the College of Agriculture for

1975-76 for two special projects not included in the

University's operating budget. These are to be expended

as follows:



1975-76 Analytical Lab



Classified Salaries $13,500

Operating 24,500*

Total $38,000



*Includes $19,000 for equipment



1975-76 Use of Irrigation Water in Drainage Basins of

Truckee and Carson Rivers



Classified Salaries $ 7,500

Total $ 7,500



President Milam and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs.

Fong, carried without dissent.



37. Dean for Community Relations, UNR



President Milam recalled that in March, 1974 during a dis-

cussion by the Board of the 1974-75 Work Program, the

Administration was informed of the Board's desire to dis-

continue the position of Dean for Community Relations at

the UNR Campus. Accordingly, the 1975-77 budget request

which was presented to the Board and adopted by the Board

in July, 1974 eliminated the position of Dean for Community

Relations. The 1975-76 Work Program adopted by the Board

also eliminated the position.



Dr. Milam continued by pointing out that notice of the in-

tent to discontinue the position effective June 30, 1975 was

given to Dr. Sam Basta in writing on June 13, 1974, and the

matter was discussed with him by Acting President Anderson.

Dr. Basta, who has tenure, was offered a position as

Placement Officer and Professor in the Office of Student

Services.



President Milam reported that Dr. Basta objects to the re-

assignment and his counsel, Charles Springer, contends that

Dr. Basta heads an administrative unit which may be abolish-

ed only by action of the Board of Regents, pursuant to

Section 1.3.7 of the UNS Code which states that "Creation,

abolition, or substantial alteration of Departments, Col-

leges, laboratories, centers, or similar administrative

units shall be approved only after consideration by the

unit and the Division concerned, according to the Division

Bylaws. Final action shall require approval by the Board

of Regents."



Dr. Milam further noted that Dr. Basta was appointed to the

position of "Dean for Community Relations" by the Board on

October 9-10, 1970. An administrative unit similar to a

Department, College, laboratory or center was not created.

Dr. Basta served in a staff position with a secretary

under his supervision.



Mr. Hug commented briefly on the matter, restating his ad-

vice to President Milam that this is not an administrative

unit which requires action under Section 1.3.7 before the

position can be terminated. He advised, however, that in

order to avoid any misunderstanding concerning the intent

of the Board in its previous action in terminating the

position, a specific motion reaffirming the termination be

adopted.



Dr. Lombardi moved that the previous action of the Board of

Regents in terminating the position of Dean for Community

Relations in the adoption of the budget and Work Program for

the year 1975-76 be ratified and approved and that the posi-

tion be abolished. Motion seconded by Mr. John Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



38. Report of Investment Advisory Committee



Dr. Lombardi, Chairman of the Investment Advisory Committee,

presented the minutes of the meeting of that Committee of

May 30, 1975. (Minutes identified as Ref. 36 and filed with

permanent minutes.)



Miss Mason moved confirmation of the actions of the commit-

tee. Motion seconded by Mrs. Knudtsen, carried without

dissent.



39. Legislation Concerning Smoking in Public Places



Chancellor Humphrey noted the inclusion with the agenda of

Opinion No. 191 from the Attorney General concerning inter-

pretation of Assembly Bill No. 17 which prohibits smoking

in certain designated areas. (Opinion identified as Ref. 37

and filed with permanent minutes.) Mr. Hug commented on

the opinion with regard to its effect on the University,

noting that it would apply to public elevators, libraries,

museums, waiting rooms and lobbies of Health Care facilities

and public meetings in University buildings. It would not,

he said, apply to classrooms, halls, waiting rooms and cafe-

terias of University buildings. He recommended that appro-

priate signs be posted where applicable.



40. Grants-in-Aid for Goss Children



Chairman Buchanan requested consideration by the Board of

Regents of the dedication of grants-in-aid for tuition and

registration fees for the benefit of the children of Glen

Goss, the Utah trucker who was killed in Las Vegas recently

while attempting to aid a Nevada Highway patrolman. The

grants-in-aid are to be available to any of the Goss chil-

dren attending any Division of the University of Nevada

System. The Presidents and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



41. ACT/SAT Policy Statement



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in April, Regent John

Buchanan requested a review by the instructional Divisions

of the acceptability of the SAT in substitution for ACT.

In May UNLV reported that although students are encouraged

to take the ACT, if they have already taken the SAT, it will

be accepted. CCD reported that neither test is used since

admission to the Community Colleges is open. UNR reported

that the ACT is presently required for Freshman admission

and it was anticipated that it would continue to be a re-

quirement. The Board then directed, at the May meeting,

that this matter be further reviewed and that a recommenda-

tion be developed concerning the substitution of SAT scores

for ACT when the applicant has already taken the SAT, and

that such option be published in the appropriate catalogs.



Accordingly, in conformity with the Board's action in May,

Chancellor Humphrey recommended the following policy state-

ment be approved and that it be included in the UNR and

UNLV catalogs:



American College Test (ACT) scores are required for

Freshman admission to the University for the use in

academic advisement, proper course placement and for

those resident applicants who do not qualify on the

basis of the high school record. An applicant who

completes the SAT and otherwise qualifies for admis-

sion is exempt from the ACT requirement.



Mrs. Fong moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



42. Intercollegiate Athletics Budget for 1975-76



Recommendations from President Baepler and President Milam

for Intercollegiate Athletics budgets for 1975-76 were in-

cluded with the agenda (identified as Ref. 40 and filed with

permanent minutes). The budget for UNLV totaled $1,236,976

of State appropriation and other revenues ($571,247 of State

appropriation), and the budget for UNR totaled $764,532

($571,247 of State appropriation).



Miss Delia Martinez, Research Analyst in Institutional

Studies and Budget, presented an analysis of the two pro-

posed budgets, including a comparison with the budget for

1974-75.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the budgets as

requested by the Presidents. He pointed out that the analy-

sis presented was related to the number of particpants in

the included sports and was not intended to establish a

precedent for future ICA budgets. He also noted that these

budgets were developed with Title IX guidelines in mind and

he believed that the spirit and letter of Title IX had been

met.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval of the budgets as presented.

Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong, carried without dissent.



43. Division Host Funds



Chancellor Humphrey noted that for the past several years,

the Board has provided host funds from the Board of Regents

Special Projects account to each of the Divisions. Each

account, under the signature authority of the President of

the Division, is for the benefit of the units within his

Division, and is separate from the host fund provided to the

President. He recalled that $3,000 was provided to each

Division in 1974-75; however, the need for such funds is

not uniform.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that sufficient funds be

transferred from the Board of Regents Special Projects

account to provide $5,000 to CCD and $3,000 to each of the

other three Divisions for 1975-76, with the actual amounts

to be transferred determined by the June 30 closing bal-

ances in the existing accounts.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. John

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



44. Delegation of Authority in Awarding Contracts



Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that the Board of Regents

does not meet again until September 12, and that the State

Public Works Board has advertised invitations to bid for

the following projects:



(1) UNLV, Museum of Natural History, Phase I (Remodel),

Project Budget $100,000. Bid opening July 30, 1975.



(2) UNLV, Tennis Court Lighting, Project Budget $90,000.

Bid opening July 31, 1975.



(3) UNR, Resurfacing of Track, Mackay Stadium, Project

Budget $47,700. Bid opening July 31, 1975.



(4) DRI-CCD, Road/Utilities to DRI from WNCC (North Reno

Site), Project Budget $125,000. Bid opening August 7,

1975.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the Board agree to a

mail ballot following the last bid opening on August 7 in

order that the State Public Works Board would have the

benefit of the Board of Regents' advice in the award of

these contracts.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Ross,

carried without dissent.



45. Proposed Gift of Property to CCD



President Donnelly recalled that in January, 1972 he had re-

ported the offer of a gift of property located in Henderson

for use by Clark County Community College. There were no

other restrictions placed on the gift by the donors, Mr. and

Mrs. Herman M. Greenspun, and it was reported that the

property could be sold as long as the proceeds benefited the

Community College. The gift was accepted by the Board for

the purpose specified. Subsequently, Dr. Donnelly noted,

it was learned that the deed was in error and was, there-

fore, never recorded.



President Donnelly stated that the deed has not been cor-

rected and the property, approximately 120 acres in Green

Valley, Clark County, Nevada, has been reoffered with the

only additional condition being a right of first refusal to

the Greenspuns in the event the property is eventually sold.



President Donnelly and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

acceptance of the property under the conditions of the pre-

vious offer and the one additional condition requested.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss Mason,

carried without dissent.



46. Land Acquisition, UNLV



President Baepler recalled that the 1975 Legislature appro-

priated $530,100 for acquisition of the 48.40 acres present-

ly held by the UNLV Land Foundation, which the Foundation

has agreed to sell for $583,044.74, excluding escrow costs.

An additional $52,944.74 is required in order to acquire

the land.



Dr. Baepler reported that the State Public Works Board had

recommended the following transfers from other approved

construction budgets, in order that this purchase may be

made:



Approved Proposed Revised

Project Budget Transfer Budget



Storm Drain, UNLV $224,460 $ 2,000 $222,460

Athletic Fields, UNLV 211,500 22,000 189,500

Parking Lot, UNLV 252,900 30,000 222,900

Total $688,860 $54,000 $634,860



President Baepler and Chancellor Humphrey recommended the

necessary reduction in the budgets of the above three proj-

ects to permit the transfer of $54,000 to the Land Acquisi-

tion budget in order that the 48.4 acres may be acquired

from the Land Foundation.



Mr. Ross moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



47. New Business



Mrs. Fong noted that students are being charged ten cents

per copy for Xerox copies on the Campus and suggested the

cost was too high. President Baepler agreed to look into

the matter.



The Action Agenda was concluded and the Information Agenda

was submitted. That agenda, on file in the Chancellor's

Office, contained the following items:



(1) Report of Purchases in Excess of $8,000

(2) Report of Fund Transfers

(3) Report of Foreign Travel

(4) Summary of Press Releases, Mackay School of Mines

(5) Progress of University Projects

(6) Report of Board of Regents Special Projects Fund

(7) Report of Disciplinary Cases

(8) WNCC, Phase II, and DRI, Phase I (Site Work)



The meeting adjourned at 3:00 P.M.



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary to the Board