Columbia University Archives
 

Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1864-2011

Series V. School of General Studies, 1910-1982

The School of General Studies traces its beginnings to the nineteenth century when it served part-time students, active teachers, other professionals, and the general public. Originally called University Extension, the school granted Bachelor of Science degrees beginning in 1921. Following World War II and aiming to meet the needs of returning G.I.s, University Extension was restructured and designated the School of General Studies in 1947. The college began awarding Bachelor of Arts degrees in 1968.

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Administrative Board of Extension Teaching minutes



Box 7 Folder 12 1905 October to 1909 May


Box 7 Folder 13 1910 October to 1923 April

(Accession 2006.018)


Box 7 Folder 14 1923 October to 1931 April


Box 7 Folder 15 1931 December to 1947 November


Faculty of the School of General Studies minutes, 1952-1982



Volume 72 1952 February to 1965 April



Volume 73 1965 November to 1982 November