Classified Staff Council
June 19, 2004
323 Education Building
PRESENT: Diana Phillips, Beverly Jones, Harriet Bowers, Ann Lester. Guest was President Bradley
President Bradley discussed progress of the parking garage, including drainage at the entrance and the paving of Bryant Street. The fourth and fifth levels will open soon. Part of the road around Hardway Hall will be closed.
The new dorm is scheduled to open in August.
The President discussed the reorganization of the University. We now have four schools and two colleges. The two colleges include the Liberal Arts, the four schools are the specialties. The colleges are: College of Science and Technology, and College of Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Language and Literature.
Other moves include: Rick Porto to Steve Leach’s area, Ruth Smedley and Regina Myers will stay in the Business Office. The Registrar’s Office is moving to Admissions with Housing, Financial Aid and Recruiting. The Advising Center is moving to the Registrar’s Office.
The new Recreation Center is scheduled to open January 2005, but the Dining Hall will not be ready then.
We will have 200 more residents, 650 total, 220 in the apartments, 400 new.
Dr. Faulk has been named Dean of Graduate Studies.
FSU LICENSE PLATE: Must have 100 people to produce the plates, $55 will be collected from each person.
Elevators will be installed in Hunt Haught Hall and the Feaster Center in the near future.
Plans are being made for the new Technology Building. A library project is being planned.