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ERIC Number: ED039871
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 8
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Buildings Are More Than Bricks and Mortar.
Starr, Gordon L.
Developing an effective and functional student union on the junior college campus requires the consideration of a variety of factors. First, the diverse characteristics, interests, and abilities of the facility's future users--especially students--must be determined. After this, students, faculty, staff, and community leaders should be involved in planning activities. Other factors to consider include: (1) the selection and responsibilities of the union planning committee, union governing body, consultants, and professional staff; (2) the use of change orders and contingency funds during the construction stage; and, (3) the determination of funding sources and types of budget to be used. [Because of marginal reproducibility of original, this document is not available in hard copy.] (JO)
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Note: Paper presented at the Special Summer Course for Two-Year Colleges, sponsored by the Department of University Student Unions, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969