|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
Enrollment Is highest ever Remaining ASCEU offices filled Rain By Todd Green Eagle A coast to coast selection of CEU Student Body Officers for the 1986-8-7 school year were chosen Oct 4 Officers were chosen by Wendy Mathie ASCEU president Chris Harrison president of student and Rick Freeman programs president of student affairs from applications submitted by students who were interested in filling the positions The list includes the new historian Other officers from out-of-sta- Besides the unpredictable te are Becky Barras from Cody enrollment with student advisors meeting with the atudents the two weeks before the start of classes The enrollment upward trend is in and cold unseasonably temperatures welcomed College of Eastern Utah's 198647 student body Tracey Callaway from Agoura Hills Calif to the ombudsman Ron Payne from Falsechurch Va Co-Edit- or weather patterns students braved registration lines computer downs closed classes and filled parking lots to become the largest student body in the history of the college The English math and computer science classes were the first classes to fill followed by the physical and Wyo and Evangeline Biaquera from Wendover Nev Both will be on the activity's committee include The officers from the Vice President of Finance Jason Allred Spring Glen Vice President of ICC Bambi Callor Price and Vice President of Activities Scott 1 49-ye- ar in-sta- te life science classes More preregistrations days were held to help accomodate the larger (Continued on page 9) et CEU line with President Michael Petersen's growth pattern goal to reach 2000 studenta by 1990 'We are pleased with the preliminary enrollment figures because the (Board of Regents) commissioner's office had predicted that CEU would have an enrollment decline this year and pick up next year" Petersen said "Instead we will set a record e for the largest student full-tim- ever" enrollment CEU's highest full-tim- e equivalent student (those registering for 15 hours or more) was 902 in the fall of 1985 'Right now we are substantially over that figure' Petersen added CEU 's San Juan Center in B landing is also experiencing growth with its student enrollment expected to hit between 230 and 240 FTE Its highest in the past has been 210 students Officials at the are college estimating that the combined enrollments for the two schools will be approximately 1200 students The exact figures will be released next week Published by the students of the College of Eastern Utah VOL XI Number Price Utah 84501 Friday October 17 1986 1 Only the essentials retrain niter CEU tskes 6 percent off 87-8-8 budget College of Eastern Utah officiate received the nod of approval from its Institutional Council supporting the require elimination of some programs and reallocation of reallocation proposal mandated by our most essential education college's six percent budget Norman Bangerter CEU had fiscal year to reduce its 1987-8- 8 Gov budget by 6281 JXMi Bangerter's program requires the nine public institutions of higher education to identify six percent of their budgets that can be cut or' redistributed to save money in higher education However CEU President Michael Petersen hopes that the governor will be committed to the principle that the "cuts go to the cutters" and that if any college programs are cut or eliminated those funds will be reallocated within the college itself to programs now underfunded "We are aware that the fiscal challenges facing the institutions of her education in Utah will A long time College of Eastern Utah instructor received the Board of Regents Award for Excellence in r Teaching at the Annual college conference hosted by CEU recently Dr A1 Trujillo chemistry and mathematics instructor at CEU for the past 34 years received the prestigious award from regent Sue Marie Young chairperson bom in Manassa was Trujillo Colorado He was in military intelligence attached to the 82nd airborne division in 1943-4- 5 After his stint in the service he attended Brigham Young University where he was graduated with a bachelor of two-yea- arts degree He later completed his master of science degree at Utah State University and his doctorate at the University of Utah He started his work experience as the chief chemical analyst for Kaiser Corporation in Provo He spent two fiscal situation says Petersen CEU "cannot continue to offer the foil range of programs and services we We can't be good at now offer students everything faculty and positions Two instructional programs will have curriculum dramatically reduced and the number of courses being Offered would be lowered throughout the college Finally the operating budgets of two departments will be substantially reduced He went on to tell the council that the Office of Planning and Budget issued a memorandum May 30 directing all state agencies tosubmit staff would like us to do” However he says a good college should always be examining what's essential and CEU will come out of the process leaner and stronger After all we are here to give the best possible teaching environment to our students in fields that they are most interested in 1 award years in organic synthesis for BYU before he started teaching at CEU Since he has been at CEU he has been chairman of the division of natural science 15 years and academic vice president 9 years He was faculty representative to meritorknn service advancement of minority business development He has served as a county chairman state committeeman state delegate and precinct chairperson to a major political party As vice president of SOCIO he helped establish a scholarship program for Chicano and other minority students and an education committee that counseled Chicano students He served four years on the board Conference 20 years vice president of the ICAC three terms president of the ICAC three terms organized and advised the Circle K Club at CEU and member of the national advisory committee on minorities in engineering at the National-Academat Science in Washington of directors DC Engineering Education He has received the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award outstanding contributor to the Chicano in the field of education and award for services to the the Intermountain Athletic for 9 0mem9 I y9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 lists showing what programs they would cut if their budgets decreased 6 percent and what they would add if they received a 6 percent increase Bangerter has said once be can show that all poesible cuts have been made and government is running as efficiently as possible he will feel justified seeking a tax increase Considering the state and national programs” he added Petersen summarised CEU's budget reallocations by eliminating six full time positions three 12 month contracts shortened to lesser periods and cutting two part time and American Society 9 'It internal resources as well as new tax revenues to maintain the quality of He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement et Science 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