the Council on Public Higher Education as a result of the edict of the 1970
Legislature which called for a role and scope study of all institutions of public
higher education in the state with a view to determining how the University of
Louisville can best be absorbed into the state system.
The University is presently engaged in a Self-Study in connection with
the 10-year Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' accreditation visit.
The accreditation teamwillbe on the campus in early February.
0. Interim Financial Report Accepted (FCR 1)
Inasmuch as the interim financial report covering the period from July 1
through August 31, 1970 had been mailed in advance and was routine in nature,
Mr. Hillenmeyer, Chairman of the Finance Committee, moved that the report
be accepted and ordered filed. His motion was seconded by Mr. Wright and it
was so ordered. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes. )
P. Cremation of Paid Bonds and Coupons Ordered (FCR 2)
Mr. Hillenmeyer said that FCR 2, Authorization for Cremation of Paid
Bonds and Coupons, was routine and, unless there were questions, he moved
that authorization be given to Mr. Clay Maupin, Assistant Treasurer, and Mr.
Henry Clay Owen, Controller, to check the attached list of paid and cancelled
bonds and coupons returned from Paying Agents from January 1, 1970, through
June 30, 1970, to destroy these documents by burning in the incinerator of the
Medical Center and to certify as to the correctness of the list and as to its in-
cineration. The motion was seconded by Dr. Nicholas, and passed without
dissent. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes. )
Q. Residence Halls Activity Fee (FCR 3)
Mr. Hillenmeyer pointed out that the recommendation that the Board
approve an activity fee of $10 per year to be used to support student manage-
ment programs in the residence halls was merely a change in procedure and
did not represent the assessment of a new fee, and moved that it be approved.
His motion was seconded by Mrs. Blazer, and the motion passed. (See F'CR 3
at the end of the Minutes. )
R. Room and Board Rates, 1971-72 (FCR 4)
Mr. Hillnemeyer stated that the Finance Committee had considered
carefully the recommended adjustments in the room and board rates for 1971-
72. He added that the adjustments represented a 5% increase over present