Wayne State University Registrar’s Office Records
This collection includes such material as job descriptions for the office’s employees, procedural flow charts, course listings, scholarship rolls, and marks reports comparing student performance in the different degree programs offered. Also included in the collection are numerous publications from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, as well as the Michigan Association. The material from these associations offer insight into the registrar profession, including their efforts to deal with increased rates of enrollment, best practices for planning university calendars, and policy for evaluating transfer credits.
- 1935 - 1971
- Majority of material found within 1957 - 1969
- Wayne State University (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library
Rules for Use of Archival Materials.Restrictions: Researchers may encounter records of a sensitive nature – personnel files, case records and those involving investigations, legal and other private matters. Privacy laws and restrictions imposed by the Library prohibit the use of names and other personal information which might identify an individual, except with written permission from the Director and/or the donor.
8 Linear Feet (8 SB)
This collection consists of records generated by Wayne State University’s Admissions and Registrar’s Office between 1935-1971.
The Wayne State University Office of the Registrar's Office records consists of records generated by Wayne State University’s Admissions and Registrar’s Office between 1935-1971.
The collection is arranged in alphabetical order by subject. Box 8 contains comparative grade studies arranged in reverse chronological order. See use statement.
Donated to the Reuther Library by the Registrar’s Office in 1987.
Processed and finding aid written by Kris Kniffen on March 26, 2015.
- Guide to the Wayne State University Registrar’s Office Records
- Processed by Kris Kniffen.
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