Acc. 1983.046 contains guidelines for specific schools about how to conduct a self study; reports of departmental self studies; correspondence about the 1974 self study. Begins with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Manual for Self Study, then is arranged alphabetically by department/school and spans the years 1972-1974.
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Acc. 1987.030 includes a prospectus for the 1984 self study; correspondence and minutes of the Steering Committee; drafts of individual chapters of the self study (published in 1985); research materials, correspondence, and minutes of the Committee on Research.
A PDF inventory of Acc. 1987.030 is available online at
Memos and reports from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools from 1952-1994.
1964 Policy Guidelines for Implementation; Plan of Organization of Administrative Structure of the College.
1982 Graduate Administration-Supervision Programs at the college: A self-study report to the Council of Higher Education.
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The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) is a regional accreditor for over 13,000 public and private educational institutions ranging from preschool to college level in the Southern United States. SACS is one of six regional accrediting organizations recognized by the United States Department of Education.
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Acc. 1983.046 acquired 09/15/1983; Acc. 1987.030 acquired 04/15/1987.
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