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Charlotte Amalie
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June 17, 2003 – The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Research and Extension Center Building on UVI's St. Croix campus. The meeting will convene with regular session agenda items, several of which require action by the Board.
Dr. LaVerne E. Ragster will deliver the president's report, followed by reports from the chairpersons of various committees.
Dr. Auguste E. Rimpel Jr., chairman of the Executive Committee, will deliver a report fromt the Executive Committee, which is seeking ratification of a resolution to amend the Faculty Policy Manual in order to address the need for a change in the formula for faculty summer salaries.
Attorney Henry C. Smock, chairman of the Buildings and Grounds Committee, will present the UVI Master Plan, which need to be approved by the Board.
Also requiring the Board's action is the Academic and Student Affairs Committee's resolution to approve changes to the 1981 Policy for Conferring Emeritus Status.
Along with the presentation of an update on Fiscal Year 2003 allotments from the V.I. Government and reviewing UVI's budget through March 31, 2003, Finance Committee Chairman Roy D. Jackson will make several presentations for Board approval. The presentations include a resolution to increase room and board, student fees and tuition.
The UVI Board of Trustees last met on Feb. 22, on the St. Thomas campus.

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