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Image 2 of 2005 - Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

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2. B. Athletic Mrs. Ford C. Audit Mr. Sparks D. Buildings and Grotmds Ms. Hays E. Development/Investments Mrs. Buchanon i F. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Ms. Burr l G. F aculty/Staff Affairs Mrs. Buchanon ` H. Finance Mr. Sparks I. Governmental Relations Mr. Stout J. Intemational Relations Mrs. Ford K. Student Life Mr. Ellison Minutes of the Quarterly of the Board of Regents Meeting held on September 23, 2005, and the Special Meeting of the Board of Regents held on October 30, 2005, approved Mrs. Buchanon moved, seconded by Mr. Ellison, that the Minutes of the Quarterly Board of Regents meeting held on September 23, 2005, and the Special Meeting of the Board of Regents held on October 30, 2005, be approved as presented. Motion carried. President’s Report President Alexander said that it is with mixed emotions that he gives his final report. We have come a long way as an institution and we have great people all over the campus, but most importantly the Board has done so many things for our University and not just over the last four years, but for the last eleven years, as I have been an observer for seven years and directly involved for the last four. This is the fourth public university that I have been fortunate to work for and I don’t think there is a university that I have been around that has the quality of our employees. Without the care and consideration that our university shares for our students, we wouldn’t be achieving what we are. . 1. Update on Fall 2005 Enrollment We finished a 1.4 percent growth this fall with a total of 10,247. We are the third fastest growing university in the state. The only two institutions that grew percentage wise faster than Murray State were the University of Kentucky, both in numbers and in percentage at 2.5 percent, and Kentucky State by 2.2 percent, but they have a much lower base, less student growth than we do. All the other universities in the state did not grow. Our growth puts us a little above the state average this past year. 2. MSU 2005 Fall Enrollment Projected Total Fall Enrollment (CPE) 146 (1.4%) 10,274 Growth By State • Kentucky 94 (1.3%) • Indiana 24 (11.7%) • Illinois 19 (2.6%) · Missouri 27 (11.1%) _ • Wisconsin 6 (54.5%) • Mississippi 7 (43.8%) • Louisiana 10 (250%) · Tennessee -85 (7.7%) • Intemational 28 (8.8%) 347 3. MSU Campus Construction 2004-2006 Major Capital Construction Projects

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