POWELL, Wyo. - Hefty enrollment numbers and suspension of voluntary early retirement are on the agenda Monday, Sept. 14, when the NWC Board of Trustees holds its monthly meeting in the Meeteetse School Cafeteria at 3 p.m.
Also on tap is the student housing report, among other items. The 18 percent increase in enrollment and steep increase in student housing numbers are causing a buzz on campus this semester.
The public is invited to make comments at a Citizens' Open Forum beginning at 5 p.m.
The Northwest College Board of Trustees travels once a year to Meeteetse to get better acquainted with the southern end of the college district and to give area residents a chance to inform their elected officials of Meeteetse-related issues.
In addition to Jim Sessions of Meeteetse, other NWC Board members are Marty Coe, John Housel and Mark Westerhold of Cody; and Carolyn Danko, Gloria Hedderman and Jim Vogt of Powell.