Collection Creator: Princeton University. Special Committee on the Structure of the University..
Extent: 3 boxes
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Series 1: Committee Administration, arranged in alphabetical order, is comprised of material that provides an overview of the activities of
the administration of the Kelley Committee. As chair, Kelley maintained correspondence with administration, faculty, committee members, and
various departments of the university. Included are the minutes of the Special Committee as well as interim and final reports. Also included
are statements and guidelines for administrative and community services, courses of study, rules of conduct and the office of ombudsmen. A
bibliography was compiled which includes subjects of the aims of higher education, financial problems and policies of universities, university
personnel policies, and external relations, The organization and structure of boards of trustees, university administration, faculty rights
and responsibilities, and student unrest and rebellion are also included in the bibliography. These folders retain Kelley's labeling. The
materials in the remainder of the collection provide a detailed context to the topics in Kelley's files, and are divided into topical series
and arranged alphabetically within each box to facilitate easier cross-referencing for the researcher.
Arranged alphabetically by topic.
Series 1: Committee Administration; 1968-1970; Special Committee on the Structure of the University Records, Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.