In 1971 former President Hitch sent each campus a statement of guidelines and procedures to assist in the implementation of Regents' policy pertaining to inclusion areas. As a result of the search for solutions to the problems of faculty housing, there has been renewed interest in the inclusion areas, and the attached guidelines and procedures have been revised to facilitate inclusion area development. They have been carefully coordinated with members of the President's Committee on Faculty Housing, with all campuses, appropriate Vice Presidents, the Treasurer, and the Offices of the General Counsel and the Assistant President.
I encourage campuses which have designated inclusion areas or which have lands which may be appropriate for such designation to seek to develop these lands. They offer the University a means to help solve problems of faculty housing as well as provide sources of capital in this period of tight budgets.
David S. Saxon
cc: Members, President's Administrative Council
Principal Officers of The Regents
Assistant Vice President Blakely
Principal Architect Adams