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Course Development and Enrollment Files

Arranged By:   Alphabetical by subject/ Chronological
Application Number:   89-27
Item Number:   140.01

Purpose

This record series consists of course development and enrollment files maintained by the Office of the Honors Program.  The files include enrollment reports, class lists, lists of courses, and program reviews.

Procedure

Retain program reviews in the office for ten (10) years, then dispose of.  Retain all other materials in office for three (3) years, then review files and dispose of any records no longer possessing any administrative value.

General Correspondence Files

Arranged By:   Chronological
Application Number:   89-27
Item Number:   140.02

Purpose

This record series consists of the general correspondence files maintained by the Office of the Honors Program.

Procedure

Retain in office for three (3) years, then dispose of all correspondence no longer possessing any administrative value.

Student Files

Arranged By:   Alphabetical
Application Number:   89-27
Item Number:   140.03

Purpose

This record series consists of student files (active and inactive) maintained by the Office of the Honors Program.  The University honors program permits students to participate actively in the plan and design of their own educational directions within the overall university and departmental curricula.  Specific examples of records include copies of applications for admissions, copies grade reports, transcripts, letters of recommendation/ reference and related correspondence.

Procedure

Retain in office for five (5) years after graduation or date of last attendance, then dispose of.

Student Orientation Files

Arranged By:   Chronological
Application Number:   89-27
Item Number:   140.04

Purpose

This record series consists of the student orientation files maintained by the Office of the Honors Program.  The records contain orientation materials, publications, and copies of newsletters.

Procedure

Retain in office for two (2) years or until all administrative value has expired, whichever is longer, then dispose of.

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Health Services Building, 2nd floor
815-753-5560
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