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Louisiana College interim President Dr. Argile Smith is among those sounding an optimistic tone following this week’s Board of Trustees Meeting held Monday and Tuesday.
Per a news release from LC’s Office of Communications and Marketing, the recent BOT meeting focused primarily on its response to the July, 2014 letter from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges that announced LC being put on probation for issues of trustee board governance, institutional integrity, personnel policies and financial matters.
The release said that the board voted unanimously to approve several policy and procedure measures in response to the SACSOC letter – some of which are revised and some of which are new. Smith said he has faith that LC will be in compliance with all the areas addressed when SACS makes its visit to the campus in March, 2015.
“The manner in which we accomplished so much in our meeting is refreshing,” Smith told LCNews. “I am so thankful for staff, faculty and trustees who are banding together not only regarding the matters noted by SACSCOC, but are in one accord in their desire and effort to restore confidence in all of our constituent groups, especially Louisiana Baptists.”
Here is a look some of the developments to emerge from the board meeting (the full release, along with supporting documents can be found at http://www.lacollege.edu:
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