Attendees: President Ivory V. Nelson, Vice President Edward L. McCusker, Vice President Saligrama SubbaRao, Vice President Michael B. Hill, Mr. Jerryl Briggs, Ms. Diane M. Brown
Privatized Housing - The field of contractors for the privatized housing project has been narrowed to two. Letters will be sent out notifying the contractors of this development.
3020 Market Street Report - The Committee that was organized to conduct a review of Lincoln's presence in Philadelphia has submitted a draft report of their analysis. The administration plans to make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees about the future direction of the 3020 Market Street property and programs housed there by the September 2001 Board meeting.
Act 136 Regulations work session - Members of the Lincoln University administration and the graduate alumni chapter will present information before the State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists at their May 30, 2001, work session. The work session will provide an opportunity for the parties to discuss comments and suggestions received concerning the Act 136 Proposed Regulations for Licensed Professional Counselors.
American Express One Travel Services - Effective May 22, 2001, all business travel for Lincoln University employees will be booked through AMEX One. This new program will help to expedite and streamline the travel reservation process as well as provide a mechanism for enhanced record keeping.
Oxford area development - The University has been invited to participate in a meeting with persons from area townships, the Borough of Oxford and major area institutions and organizations to discuss how growth in the area should be guided. Lincoln will be represented at the first meeting on Thursday, May 24, 2001.
VICE PRESIDENTS REPORTS/ACTION
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SAEM)
Admissions Statistics as of May 18, 2001
No. of undergraduate applications for fall 2001 ..2760
No. of undergraduate applications for fall 2000 ..2873
No. of undergraduates admitted for fall 2001
No. of undergraduates admitted for fall 2000 946
Diane M. Brown
Assistant to the President