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Leo Mars •urn Choirma E. B. Buster Howard C. Coward R. Paul Hughes Mrs. Sam P. Kraemer Leland C. Launer Thomas W. Mathew John R. Moore Charles A. Pearson Angus M. Tierney Col Gege Advisory Board
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Presklunii ' s Reparll ' CONTENTS Page 6: Progress 7: Projects 12: Services M: Operations 28: Organizations 38: Personnel The college year 1961-62 has been one of major significance in the building of a great Orange County State College. The number of students increased from 1069 in the fall of 1960 to 1621 in the fall of 1961, and again to 1950 in the spring semes- ter of 1961-62. Fifty-five faculty and administrative staff members were added, and five new majors were approved, to join the teen baccalaureate programs already authorized for the college. At the opening of the year, the long-awaited permanent ing program got under way. What is reputed to be the largest science classroom building in the nation--seven acres of floor space--is now rising toward its ultimate height of six stories. Plans have been approved for a magnificent music-speech-drama build- ing and gymnasium, and for extensive outdoor physical tion facilities. Specifications for a library, cafeteria, and two dence halls to house four hundred students have been prepared. The college master plan and site development have moved ahead. This year for the first time, Orange County State College and its sister institutions have been governed by a separate board, the California State College Trustees, established by the legislature and the voters of California. Student participation in the life of the college continued to velop and diversify. In speech, debate, and basketball the college began to gain recognition for the accomplishments of its students. Student organizations multiplied, prospered, and served the lege as well as a wide variety of individual interests. Student gov- ernment assumed broader responsibilities consistent with a grow- ing institution. 3
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President ' sCabinet Bernard L. Hyink Dean of Instruction Jack E. Lyons Business Manager Raymond V. Adams Chairman, Faculty Council Gerhard E. Ehmann Dean, Educational Services Ernest A. Becker Dean of Students In compliance with recommendations in the Master Plan for Higher Education in California, a separate governing board for the California State Colleges was established on July 1, 1961. This board, the Trustees of the California State Colleges, is now completing its first year of operation. The central administrative authority is under the direc- tion of the Chancellor, appointed by the Trustees. In order that each state college may have close liaison with the area served by the college, the Education Code of the State of California provides for a local advisory board. The College Advisory Board of Orange County State College has ten members representing Santa Ana, Anaheim, Ful lerton, Placentia, Garden Grove, Laguna Beach and Whittier. Leo C. Marshburn is the chairman. Dr. William B. Langsdorf, the President of the College, is chairman of the President ' s Cabinet, which is composed of other members ofthe admin- istrative staff of the College. In addition, the chair- man of the Faculty Council, this year Dr. Raymond Adams, serves on the cabinet, and Raynolds John- son, assistant to the President, serves as ex-officio member. The President ' s Cabinet is an official ad- visory group to the president. 5
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