Thursdav, January 13, 2000
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the BOG at its November meeting.
Broad's proposal also added $4.8 mil
lion to the task force’s request, in an
effort to compensate for higher tuition.
She is expected to tout the plan to
offset her recently released tuition plan,
which would increase tuition at UNC
Chapel Hill $475 for three \ ears to fund
capital improvements and salaries.
Barnes said that while he expected
the monetary amount of the aid package
to remain at $36.8 million, there could
be changes in the proposal as a whole.
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“The only question before the board
is how much (money for financial aid) to
request, when,” Barnes said.
He said that although he expected the
BOG’s meetings to focus mainly on the
tuition increase, the financial aid pack
age could be greatlv affected.
Student BOG member Jeff Nieman
said he did not expect financial aid to
dominate this week’s meetings. He said
it was possible for a tuition increase to
be passed without an aid package.
“One could definitely go through
without the other,” Nieman said.
Nieman also said he thought the
financial aid proposal would not com
pensale for a tuition increase.
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“(The financial aid proposal's a great
program .. . but I don’t think it absolves
the damage that can be done by a sig
nificant tuition increase,” he said.
BOG member Jack Cecil said he
hoped the aid increase would help with
expenses if a tuition increase passed.
Cecil also said the BOG hoped to
gain funds from the state. The BOG will
vote on the aid package in February.
“There will be active discussion - the
BOG w ill suggest changes to the presi
dent,” Barnes said. “(But) the board’s
not going to take action this month.”
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Although McCoy did not follow the
committee’s recommendation. Tufts said
the deadline change was a strategic one.
“If a significant number of schools are
saying this (mandating thejanuary 2000
date), the licensees are faced with either
complying or quitting the collegiate
business,” he said.
Tufts said the CLC would send the
new requirements to the licensees, who
w ould then have to sign and return them.
He said he was unaware of any UNC
licensees that have objected to the new
requirements but that UNC would help
the companies if they needed iL
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terms of helping licensees find ways to
do this, but by the end of the day it has
to be done," Tufts said.
Todd Pugatch, a student member on
the task force, said he was pleased with
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