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Office of the President
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

October 18 2001

Institutional Priorities Committee
Thursday, October 18, 2001
12-2 p.m.
Taylor Conference Room


Attending: Brock, Gilbertson (Chair), King, Benedetti, Krueger-Devine, Sina, Stark, Jones, Hewitt, Meer, Oppenheimer

I. Introduction: Welcome to May Jones, representing School of Law

II. Minutes: The September 27th minutes were reviewed. During the review, a brief discussion occurred regarding "strategic indicators." Suggested using the term, "African American" in the indicators rather than "Black." It was noted that this was copying the terminology used on such forms. Minutes approved.

  1. V.P. of Business & Finance - Report on 2001 Allocations was distributed for future discussion.

  2. Bond Issue Allocation - Proposal to the Board of Regents regarding reallocation of bond monies was distributed. Approved by the Board…information purposes only for IPC.

  3. Schedule for IPC Reviews:

    1. October 25 - Advancement, possibly Public Safety

    2. November 1 - Athletics, Business & Finance

    3. November 8 - Student Life, OISR

    4. November 15 - OISR, Business & Finance

    5. November 29 - Academic

    6. December 6 - Academic

    7. December 13 - Wrap-up

    8. December 20 - Wrap-up

Presenters are reminded to have Record of Evidence form reporting last year's activity along with recommendations for future funding.

  1. Pharmacy & Health Sciences Budget Allocation: An outstanding proposal was reviewed regarding reallocating the financial aid budget of PHS. Reallocation of the fund balance (approximately $200,000) was discussed. It was suggested that the funds be put in the pot with the proviso that they be spent within the academic division.

  2. Discussion of IPC Allotment Initiatives for the Advance Division 2000/2001:

Priorities included Website initiatives outcomes, including homepage, student life, admissions, alumni, COP, athletics, and others. The second was updating addresses and phone numbers of alumni. Short-term outcomes include over 750 "found alumni" and thousands of accurate phone numbers.

Meeting adjourned at 2:00 p.m.

Minutes submitted by Phil Oppenheimer