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Joint Senate/Board of Governors Committees fonds: Home

Joint Senate/Board of Governors Committees fonds

Call Number: Ua 38, Mf 23 (A.79-01, A.80-48, A.81-11, A.83-12, A.83-38, A.84-15, A.85-02, A.85-31, A.86-09, A.87-03, A.87-09, A.87-27, A.87-62, A.88-41, A.89-05, A.89-21, A.90-05, A.90-09, A.90-47, A.90-56, A.90-72, A.91-08, A91-45, A.92-05, A.93-23, A.94-21, A.95-22)

Title: Admissions Office fonds.

Dates: 1977-1990.

Extent: 0.45 m of textual records. -- 61 microfilm reels.

Administrative history: The Admissions Office was created out of the former Registrar's Office in 1975.  It is responsible for the processing of applications for first-time admissions and internal transfers to all undergraduate programs of the University, as dictated by Senate-approved policies. Its mandate includes the following: initiation of the individual student record file, processing all documents submitted in support of an application, evaluating transcripts, checking for the fulfilment of program pre-requisites, and assessing course equivalencies for admission and transfer of credit. Admissions officers also prepare and present material for faculty and school selection committees.

Custodial history: The fonds was donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in several accessions in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.  Approximately 17.98 m of textual records were converted to microfilm (MF 23).

Scope and content: The fonds consists primarily of enrolment statistics but also includes some committee reports.

Restrictions: This collection is restricted. Records can be requested and accessed once they have been reviewed by Archives & Special Collections staff.

Finding aid: A printed finding aid is available in the Archives reading room.