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UNC BOG Special Committee on Mil Affairs

Presentation to the Committee on 08-09-2013
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Kimrey Rhinehardt

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of UNC BOG Special Committee on Mil Affairs

UNC Board of Governors
Special Committee on Military Affairs

Charge to the
Special Committee

TWO
In coordination with the President and Ed Planning review progress of implementation of the
UNC Military Student
Success Policy.
ONE
Receive regular updates on the University's progress toward increasing military-affiliated student enrollment.
THREE
Recommend state and federal legislative policy to the President and the Committee on Public Affairs.
FOUR
Assist President Ross in seeking external funding support for UNC system-wide defense, military and security research.
FIVE
Work with President Ross and Academic Affairs to inform the Ed Planning Committee on issues and opportunities for UNC to improve military student success.
Progress Toward Goals
1. UNC@Camp Lejeune Office is open.
2. Campuses are taking the steps necessary for data collection and reporting improvements.
3. Residency classification for Service Members separating or retiring in North Carolina was not addressed in the Long Session of the General Assembly.
4. UNC General Administration is a "cleared facility" by the Department of Defense.
5. UNC system research activities continue to increase with the Department of Defense and North Carolina's defense industry.
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