Agenda and Item Summary
June 17, 2000
9:15 10:15 a.m.
East Oval Room, The Rotunda
Gordon F. Rainey, Jr., Chair Elsie Goodwyn Holland
Walter F. Walker, Vice Chair Stephen S. Phelan, Jr.
Charles M. Caravati, Jr., M.D. Benjamin P.A. Warthen
L. Glazer John P. Ackerly, III, Ex Officio
- REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS
A. Vice Presidents Remarks (2 min)1
Honor Committee (Mr. Harmon to introduce (10 min)2
Mr. Hall; Mr. Thomas Hall to report)
- Alcohol Task Force (10 min)3
II. REPORTS BY THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR (Mr. Holland)
A. Spring Intercollegiate Sports (10 min)5
AGENDA ITEM:I.A. Remarks by the Vice President
for Student Affairs
The Vice President for Student Affairs will utilize this portion
of the Student Affairs and Athletics Committee meeting to inform
the Board of Visitors of recent events which do not require formal
action, but of which they should be made aware.
AGENDA ITEM:I.B. Honor Committee
ACTION REQUIRED: None
DISCUSSION: Thomas Hall, the recently elected Chair of the Honor Committee, will provide a status report of Committee activities and he will discuss the charge of the current commission.
AGENDA ITEM:I.C. Alcohol Task Force
DISCUSSION: The Vice President for Student Affairs will highlight progress made toward meeting recommendations of the 1998 Alcohol Task Force in four general areas: programs and organizations; education and communications; enforcement, policies and procedures; and research and evaluation.
AGENDA ITEM:I.D. Fraternity Working Group
BACKGROUND: The Fraternity Working Group was convened by the President in response to the resolution of the Board of Visitors that the administration work to strengthen the fraternity system. This group, consisting of students, alumni, and administrators and chaired by the Dean of Students, has worked for two months and has developed a number of options for consideration.
The report by the Chair of the Student Affairs and Athletics Committee
will consist of a description of the range of alternatives under
AGENDA ITEM:II.A. Spring Intercollegiate Sports
DISCUSSION: The spring sports programs have continued the Athletic Department's competitive success with a number of teams advancing to NCAA Championship competition. The Athletic Director will report the status of spring intercollegiate sports including baseball, mens golf, womens lacrosse, mens lacrosse, womens rowing, softball, and track and field.
AGENDA ITEM:II.B. Annual Report
DISCUSSION: The Athletic Director will highlight outstanding contributions made by student athletes who were recognized at the All Sports Dinner.