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Meeting Minutes - January 6, 2010
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George Ohlandt, Executive Director of Enrollment Management
MUSC Transition to Direct Lending for Federal Student Loans

President:  Sheldon Bates

Old Business

New Business

Meeting Frequency – Once every 2 months usually at 4:00 pm
Would also serve with returning Student Parking Support and Parking Registration Planning
Tyler Pierce, Kristin Smith

Elections – March 24th and 25th
Packets available at next meeting.  Please contact us if you have questions about these positions.

Student Welfare Committee Meeting

Reps (2) to clean up after meeting:  Melissa Thompson, Amanda Pirovitz

Program Vice President: Andrea Boan

Old Business

New Business

Friday, January 8th, 7:00-10:30 pm, Visitor’s Center Bus Shed
Night of IP Day; please mention it at IP days
Cap of 1500 people because last year we had 1700 and we ran out of beer.  Buy tickets early.  It is going to be cold, but we rented all of the heaters possible.  We will let you know early Friday if it’s going to be cancelled.  New South Players will be back.  Free afterparty at Music Farm with Two 3 Ways.  Parking Is $2 across the street in the Visitors Center garage.

Monday, January 11, 8:00pm,Simons Center for the Arts, Recital Hall (54  St. Philip Street)
Only 10 tickets left

January 22, 7:30 pm, $5 student tickets, $10 non-student; 2 per ID
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Academic Vice President (Tyler Pierce)

New Business

Treasurer:  John Brandt

Old Business

New Business

Secretary:  Meg Croom

Every year the COP’s Phi Lambda Sigma hosts the Clarion Competition.  This is an intraprofressional competition where each team of students is presented with a case study similar to the case presented in the second year’s IP day.  There will be one more info. session on January 13 at noon in ECL 121, and then students will be asked to commit around January 15th.  The students will then have until March 3 to work on their cases, and the cases will be presented on March 3rd.  SGA actually sponsors the reception after the competition, and it’s always very nice with heavy hors d’oeuvres and wine.  Please encourage your classes to take part in this because it is a great event.

Intramurals:  Kevin Smuniewski

College and Organizational Reports

MUSC Gives Back:  Liz Sheridan

Student Programs:  Willette Burnham

University Wide Committees

Dental:  Trent Pierce (CDM Rep):  Each year the 4th year students take a licensure exam separate from the National Boards and we must perform fillings on a patient.  We need volunteers Tuesday-Thursday January 19-March 6th from 5-7 on the first floor of the dental building to come in and get X-Rays and a free dental exam to determine if you can be used as patient.  The student pays the patient.  Procedure takes 1-3 hrs.

Graduate Studies

Health Professions:  Four new reps introduced

International Student Association:  Telma da Palma (ISA Rep):  We served dinner at the Hope Lodge last night from money from last semester’s bake sale.


Multicultural Student Advisory Board:  Matthew Tice (MSAB Rep):  We have a meeting next Wednesday at noon in ECL 107.

Nursing :  Jouney Henderson (CON Rep):  Cari and Lauren graduated and we will have replacements soon.

Pharmacy:  Mackie King (COP Rep): 

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