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Registrar Records

By: The University of Texas at Tyler.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: 1973-2014Description: 22 boxes, 1 oversized document box, 1 oversized folder (17.2 linear feet).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): Administration | Students | The University of Texas at TylerOnline resources: Finding Aid Click here to view this Finding Aid Summary: The Registrar Records include textual materials related to student enrollment, coursework, and registration at the University of Texas at Tyler from 1973-2014. The collection includes catalogs, academic calendars, registration forms, student publications, commencement brochures, newsprint course schedules, schedule planning graphs, handbooks, directories, program brochures, internal policy documents, fact books, joint studies program guides, and select administrative correspondence.
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Finding Aid University of Texas At Tyler
University Archives & Special Collections
University Archives & Special Collections UASC.UA.013 (Browse shelf) https://archivesspace.uttyler.edu/repositories/2/resources/22 Not For Loan Collection available to view in University Archives. UASC.UA.013

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The Registrar Records include textual materials related to student enrollment, coursework, and registration at the University of Texas at Tyler from 1973-2014. The collection includes catalogs, academic calendars, registration forms, student publications, commencement brochures, newsprint course schedules, schedule planning graphs, handbooks, directories, program brochures, internal policy documents, fact books, joint studies program guides, and select administrative correspondence.

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