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Image 3 of 2005 - Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

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A. Staff Leaves of Absence Without Pay B. Salary Roster, Report of New Employment, and Report of Resignations and ·Terminations 10. Committee Reports/Recommendations A. Academic Affairs Dr. Strieter B. Athletic Mrs. Ford C. Audit Mr. Sparks D. Buildings and Grounds Ms. Hays E. Development/Investments Mrs. Buchanon F. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Ms. Burr G. Faculty/Staff Affairs Mrs. Buchanon H. Finance Mr. Sparks I. Governmental Relations Mr. Stout J. International Relations Mrs. Ford K. Student Life Mr. Ellison 11. Resolution of Appreciation Dr. Alexander 12. Election of Vice Chair and Secretary Mr. Sparks Minutes of the Board of Regents Meeting on May 20, 2005, approved as amended Ms. Hays moved, seconded by Mr. Stout, that the Minutes of the Board of Regents meeting held on May 20, 2005, be approved with two editorial changes. Motion carried. ' President’s Report President Alexander presented the attached President’s Report. All comments are referring the power point presentation. 1. Fall Enrollment · Projected Total Fall Enrollment (CPE) 10,290 (1.6%) up 162 · Actual Fall Enrolment (9/18/05) 10,154 (2.1%) up 212 • In-State Kentuckians up 201 (2.8%) · Out-of-State up 28 (1.1%) · International (without 120 new ESL) down 17 (-5.5%) - African-American down - 36 (Whitney Young Scholars) • Undergraduate up 290 (3.5%) • Graduate down 78 (-4.5%) · MSU Freslnnen 1,414 (4%) up 56 Strong: Christian; Fulton; Graves; Jefferson; McCracken Weak: Henderson; Marshall; Webster; Oldham; Fort Campbell ‘ · States: Illinois (43); Indiana (21); Missouri (5); Tennessee (-49) Highlights: · Largest enrollment in MSU History · 2“" largest increase in Kentucky (2004-2005) • 3"’ fastest growing university in Kentucky since refonn (1998-2005) 1,387 students (15.6%) • 2“° highest graduation rate in Kentucky 2. Whimey Young Scholars 1

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