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PJC regents receive clean audit report at start of 2019

Published or Revised January 22, 2019

Paris Junior College and the PJC Memorial Foundation received a clean audit report at the PJC Board of Regents meeting on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019.

“We have a clean opinion,” said Andy Reich of McClanahan Holmes as he presented results of the 2017-2018 audit to the regents. He explained that there was a clean opinion on the federal and state funding audits as well, “there are no findings.”

The regents also approved an Associate of Science in Sport and Recreation Management and a Public Health option on the Associate of Science in Kinesiology which will facilitate transfer to Texas A&M University - Commerce.

“Texas A&M University - Commerce has a Sport and Recreation Management degree,” said PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin. “They asked that we have the first two years so students can have seamless transfer to their program. We have quite a few students who want this degree; they want to be sports agents, personal trainers, athletic directors, or manage recreational centers.”

The Public Health option with a one-course difference to the kinesiology degree will allow transfer to TAMU-C for their public health bachelor’s degree and when completed, students may go advance straight into their master’s program in public health.

In other business, the Regents:

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