WASHBURN UNIVERSITY OF TOPEKA
                             BOARD OF REGENTS
                                  MINUTES
                             February 15, 1995

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I.  The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Ferrell at 6:21 p.m. in the Presidents
    Room of Shawnee Country Club.  Present were:  Mr. Ferrell, Mrs. Hines, Mr. Maag,
    Mrs. Porter and Mr. Roth.

III.   Executive Session

    It was moved and seconded to recess to Executive Session for a period not to exceed
    thirty minutes for the purpose of discussing a legal matter with the University's
    attorney and to reconvene in open session thereafter in the Presidents Room.  Motion
    passed.  The Board recessed to Executive Session in the Presidents Room at 6:24 p.m.

    At 6:52 p.m. the Board reconvened in open session in the Presidents Room of the
    Shawnee Country Club.

IV. Approval of Minutes

    It was moved and seconded to approve the minutes of the January 18, 1995 meeting
    as circulated.  Motion passed unanimously.

V.  New Business

    A. FY 1996 Budget Guidelines

       It was moved and seconded to approve the FY 1996 Revised Budget Process as
       outlined in the agenda item.  Motion passed unanimously.

    B. Academic Affairs

       1.Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Administration

         It was moved and seconded to approve the Bachelor of Applied Science degree
         with a major in Technology Administration as outlined in the agenda item. 
         Motion passed unanimously.

       2.Physical Education Proposal

         It was moved and seconded to approve as a new graduation requirement,
         effective with the publication of the 1995-96 catalog, the physical education
         course Lifetime Wellness as outlined in the agenda item.  Motion passed
         unanimously.

       3.Agricultural Law Concentration

         It was moved and seconded to approve the establishment of a concentration in
         the juris doctorate degree program of Agricultural Law as outlined in the agenda
         item.  Motion passed unanimously.

    *  C.Miscellaneous

       1.Sale of Farm - Dorothy T. Studebaker Charitable Remainder Unitrust

         It was moved and seconded to authorize the administration to sell real estate in
         Franklin County, Kansas at a price of $170,000, all as described in the agenda
         item.  Motion passed unanimously.

       2.Washburn University - Kaw Area Technical School

         It was moved and seconded to approve the proposed Articulation Agreement by
         and between Washburn University and Kaw Area Technical School as set forth
         with the agenda item.  Motion passed unanimously.

       3.Washburn - Washburn Endowment Association Agreement

         Mr. Hackler circulated to members of the Board of Regents present a draft copy
         of a proposed agreement by and between Washburn University and the
         Washburn Endowment Association concerning the future relation of the two
         organizations as the Endowment Association begins to function not only as a
         endowment management organization but also as a fund raising/development
         organization arm for the University's benefit and support.  Mr. Hackler
         highlighted portions of the agreement and noted that the Board will be asked to
         approve a new contractual relationship with the Washburn Endowment
         Association at its meeting March 15, 1995.

The meeting of the Board of Regents adjourned at 7:41 p.m.







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         Kenneth P. Hackler
         Secretary, Board of Regents





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