USNH committed itself to meeting the library facility needs on all campuses, including major renovations and additions to meet long-term library needs.
The School for Lifelong Learning changes to the College for Lifelong Learning and becomes a major provider of education for non-traditional students.
Oversaw the development and facilitation of student transfers from the State's community technical colleges into four-year degree programs on the USNH campuses. The result has seen the development of written agreements between the two systems of public higher education.
The foundation was laid for a capital appropriations plan that would ultimately enhance science and technology facilities and equipment, as well as provide expanded student-support facilities. The plan later became known as the "Knowledge Economy Education Plan."