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Project Report Facilities for Student Groups BA2700 – R02 Submitted: November 15, 2005 Joshua Larson Mike Haka Ryan Naimola Lorn Randell Adam Brazier
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Information Collection and Sorting Collection of our information was conducted in many ways such as: personal interviews, online research, and hard copy documentation. The first interview source was Rob Bishop, of Student Affairs. He answered some of our questions via email. He told us that all registered student organizations can reserve the ROTC gym, but no physical or recreational activities may be performed. Student organizations may register for facilities in the Records and Registration office. Use of an auxiliary building (MUB, SDC, Rozsa) has to go through the manger of facilities of each building. Interviews with Mike Hendricks, from accounting services, and Carol Janisse, in the Administration office, were also conducted. Some information received from Mike was that he was only able to use a database to look up room usage by department and not by student groups as a whole. Carol also added that she is unaware of any means to list room usage by student groups. Internet research was conducted by group members on the MTU website to investigate the possibility of finding available rooms on campus. The search came up empty. To find rooms on campus one must speak, in person, with the facilities manager of each separate building, to locate open rooms and try to schedule times. Jon Henkel of the Tae Kwon Do club was also interviewed. Jon spoke about how the club was started in 1989, and how they had practiced in the ROTC gym until the installation of Colonel Baltway in 2003. He said that his club would offer to donate money to the gym so that they could still practice there. Jon stated that Colonel Baltway threw out the offer, and said he never received such an offer. Colonel Baltway came up with a plan that would not allow any groups
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practice physical actives in the gym. A lode article also contained information about the ROTC gym incident. It was from March, 2005, and was found in the library. The article included the Colonel’s desire for the implementation of the Facilities Use Plan. The article also outlines the “Facilities Use Plan” and how the plan is very relevant, because it explains who was and was not to use the ROTC gym. The document was first put to the Administration, as a proposal from the Colonel, to stop student organizations from using the ROTC building. As a result of this proposal, the “Facilities Use Plan,” became a signed document from the administration office, stating the acceptable use of the ROTC gym. The document also gives the reasons why the ROTC gym no longer permits physical activities and what groups, if any, are permitted use of the building. The document goes into detail about how the floor is being ruined by all of the physical activity. It also says that the groups leave the facilities a mess and don’t clean and store equipment properly. Cynthia Cooper of the SCA (Society for the Creative Anachronism) was also
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2009 for the course GEN ERAL taught by Professor Stud during the Spring '09 term at Michigan Technological University.

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