Attendees: President Ivory V. Nelson, Vice President Howard E. Merlin, Vice President Saligrama C. SubbaRao, Vice President Michael B. Hill, Vice President William B. Bynum, Ms. Diane M. Brown
Lower Oxford Sewer Growth A recent article in the Daily Local News reported on sewer problems in the Lincoln Village. Lower Oxford supervisors indicated that Lincoln University could possibly play a significant role in solving the problem. The Universitys Director of Physical Plant has been asked to inquire with the Department of General Services whether the Lincoln Village sewer system can be included in the Universitys current plan to upgrade. It must also be determined whether inclusion of the Village will increase the cost of the project.
Pennsylvania Praxis test results Concern has been expressed over the recent Praxis tests results of Lincoln students. The Dean has been asked to develop an action plan to bring Lincolns test scores up to an acceptable level.
Persons wishing to invite guest speakers to campus who will be paid more than $300 in honorarium and/or travel expenses, must have written approval from the Vice President for Academic Affairs before any agreements are entered into. Any contact with the proposed speaker or arrangements for travel should be made only after final approval has been received from the Vice President.
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Admission Statistics for spring 2002 as of November 30, 2001:
# of Undergraduate students admitted for spring 2001
# of Undergraduate students admitted for spring 2002 ... 152
# of Graduate applications for spring 2001
# of Graduate applications for spring 2002 . . 56
Diane M. Brown
Assistant to the President