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Chancellor's Office Subject File

Chancellor's Office Subject File, 1967-86, includes reports, memoranda, policy statements, minutes, publications, programs and correspondence received from or sent to the President, Trustees, administrators, deans, faculty, students and the public regarding admissions and enrollment, Allerton Park, the Assembly Hall, Athletic Association, business affairs, and University's Centennial (1967-68), Clabaugh Act, commencement, copyrights and patent's, Daily Illini, data processing, the George A. Miller Lecture Committee, fees and tuition, relations with the federal , state and local governments (Chicago & Urbana-Champaign), financial aid, foreign students, fund drives, grants, housing, health service, human rights and equal opportunity, international programs, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Illini Union, student demonstrations and moratoria, rumor control center, sabbatical leaves, the Urbana-Champaign senate, SEOP Project "500", traffic and parking, travel policy visitation, the academic departments and educational organizations including AAUP, AAUW, ACE, Council of Ten, MUCIA, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, and Illinois Board of Higher Education. 1972-74 files include material dealing with academic credit for religious foundation courses; planning, construction, and dedication of the Levis Faculty Center; the revised Code on Student Affairs; Department of Accountancy Administrative problems, Graduate College and women's athletics. 1975-76 files include material dealing with the Council on Program Evaluation (COPE) and copies of Directives to Deans, Directors, and Department Heads from the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellors (1967-79). 1982-83 files include material on the Liberty Bowl; restrictions imposed on writers at the Daily Illini; Third Annual Black Women's Conference at Levi Faculty Center, creation of radio station WMBL. The 1983-84 file includes material relating to the Athletic Association and David Wilson; Chicago Campus consolidation and reorganization of the medical campus, Ad-Hoc Committee on the Future of International Programs; and COPE reports for Colleges of Agriculture, Education, LAS, and Law, and the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations.

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