Minutes
President's Cabinet Meeting
May 20, 2002

Attendees:   President Ivory V. Nelson, Vice President Howard E. Merlin, Vice President Michael B. Hill, Vice President William B. Bynum, Vice President Saligrama C. SubbaRao, Ms. Diane M. Brown
Attended for portion of meeting:  Mr. Nicolas Chaban

Traffic Safety Measures on Baltimore Pike - Lower Oxford Township Supervisors have submitted a request to the County Maintenance Manager, PennDOT for a speed limit traffic survey for Baltimore Pike in front of Lincoln University from Elkdale Road to Ashmun Avenue.  This is in response to the University's recent reopening of its efforts for the State to implement additional safety measures on this stretch of roadway.

Sesquicentennial Celebration - Lincoln has received procedural and subject matter guidelines from the United States Postal Service for commemorative postal stamps and postal cards.  In light of the requirements and evaluation process, Lincoln University will pursue a postal card to commemorate the Sesquicentennial Celebration.

Academic Affairs
Lincoln University must look at ways to increase interest in its masters programs.  The Vice President for Academic Affairs was charged with the task of proposing possible incentives for Lincoln Students to enroll in the Master of Education and Teacher Certification programs (in relation to the Public School Teacher in NJ initiative).

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SA&EM)
Admission Statistics for fall 2002 as of May 17, 2002
# of Undergraduate applications received for fall 2002 3437
# of Undergraduate applications received for fall 2001 2821

# of Undergraduate students admitted for fall 2002. 1338
# of Undergraduate students admitted for fall 2001. 1099

# of Graduate applications received for fall 2002   118
# of Graduate applications received for fall 2001     80
 

Diane M. Brown
Assistant to the President



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