Attendees: President Ivory V. Nelson, Vice President Edward L. McCusker, Vice President Michael B. Hill, Dr. John O. Chikwem, Mr. Jerryl Briggs, Mr. Nicolas Chaban, Mr. Mike Byers, Ms. Diane M. Brown
Office of Audit and Controls - Mr. James Lewis joined the University administration today as internal auditor.
2001-2002 Operating and Capital Budgets - The process to develop the University's 2001-2002 operating and capital budgets continues. The administration expects to present proposed budgets to the Board before the end of the current fiscal year.
Faculty Contract Negotiations - Negotiations have moved to fact finding.
Act 136 Regulations - Lincoln is continuing its efforts to include the Human Services discipline in the new proposed regulations.
NSF Advanced Networking Project with Minority-Serving Institutions (AN-MSI) - Either Vice President McCusker or the IT Director will attend a Seminar on Academic Computing (SAC) sponsored by AN-MSI in August 2001. The NSF grant will provide funding assistance for attendance of a senior member of the administration.
Lincoln Community Association (L.C.A.) - L.C.A. is seeking assistance with the transportation needs to support its programs. Vice President Hill was asked to look into how the University might provide support in this effort.
GPCC Regional President's Council - Vice President Hill will serve as the liaison for data collection and information on Lincoln's proposed capital projects, economic impact studies and community involvement.
VICE PRESIDENTS' REPORTS/ACTION
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SAEM)
Admissions Statistics as of March 30, 2001
No. of undergraduate applications for fall 2001 ....2264
No. of undergraduate applications for fall 2000 ... .2447
No. of undergraduates admitted for fall 2001
No. of undergraduates admitted for fall 2000 690
A total of 550 people were in attendance at the Spring Open House held
March 30, 2001. Of this number, 400 were students. The Office of Admissions received 40 completed application packets and 5 deposits from students in attendance.
Diane M. Brown
Assistant to the President