Annual Report, 1993
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Contents: Annual Meeting Agenda, Fact Sheet (History, Students, Faculty and Staff, Budget and Finances, 1992-93, Economic Impact on Area, 1991-92, Physical Plant, Library, Degree and Certificate programs available 1992-93), Scholarship Report, Financial Report, 1 Highlights of 1992, 1992 Annual Meeting Minutes: Annual Fund Drive results, Treasurer’s Report, Budget Report, report on the status of the college from the Vice President of Academic Affairs, update from Vice President for Student Development Services, Continuing Education and Community Services update, Report from Dr. Lord, Nominating Committee report, Scholarship Committee report – HIGHLIGHTS: The Southeast Georgia Conference Center was completed, dedicated, and opened for use on May 31, 1992. Dr. Lord completed seventy speaking engagements in her first year of service. Plans were developed for an off-campus center in Camden County using space provided at no charge to the college by Camden County Schools and utilizing a former elementary school site. The college was involved in the corporate relocation process for the Jered Brown Company, a major engineering and manufacturing defense contractor which relocated from the Detroit area to Brunswick in 1992. The president spoke to seven different minority audiences regarding the importance of education for the future of minority students. Complete restructuring of the Academic Advisement/Orientation program was completed. A new computer system was acquired for the library which made possible access to the Union catalog. Progress was made in completing the campus computer network. The inauguration of Dr. Dorothy L. Lord as the third permanent president of Brunswick College and the first woman president of a two-year college in Georgia was a major highlight of the 1991-92 year.
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