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PJC receives clean audit report

Published or Revised November 28, 2006

The Paris Junior College Board of Regents heard a favorable report from auditors and reviewed enrollment data for the college during a regular meeting Monday night.

Andy Reich of McClanahan & Holmes, reported on the audit of college records for 2005-2006 and told the board that there are no material findings in the financial records of the institution. “We have given you a clean opinion,” he said.

PJC President Dr. Pamela Anglin presented an enrollment analysis of students attending the three college campuses. The report reveals that over 41 percent, or 1,773 of this fall’s student population of 4,309 are full-time, while 58.9 percent, or 2,536, are considered part-time students. Full-time means a student is enrolled in 12 or more credit hours.

The report also indicated that 707 students reside in–district, while 3,407 live out-of-district. Another 84 students are from outside Texas. PJC also has 782 high school students in the service area enrolled in dual-credit college courses.

In other business, regents tabled an easement request on college land from Sulphur Springs Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation pending a survey of the property.

Regents also heard a report from the subcommittee charged to find a replacement for Gary Preston, who earlier resigned from the board. The committee reported it would bring a recommendation to the board at its Jan. 22, 2007, meeting.

In executive session, the board approved the recommended hiring of Susan Sanchez as EL/Civics Coordinator and instructor, effective Dec. 1, and accepted the resignation of Greenville Center Director Kerri O’Connor.

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