Series C - Academic Departments

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CA UTSC 001-C

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Academic Departments

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  • 1964-1991, 2005 (Creation)

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0.68 m of textual records.
9 audio-visual items.
1 artifact.

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Scope and content

Series C, Academic Departments, covers the years 1964 through 1991 and 2005. The academic departments at UTSC have changed drastically over the course of the university’s history. This series utilizes the current (as of 2013) academic structure, with the addition of three early programs (General Program, Extension, and Physical Education), to provide a framework based on academic subjects for arranging departmental material. Divisions and departments that are now defunct or which have been amalgamated into conglomerate departments are represented under the new department heading; however, a comprehensive list of all programs, current or defunct, for which material exists in the collection has been provided in the file list to aid in discovery. This list has been replicated in the scope and content note for each subseries below. The series includes course descriptions, course evaluations, course guides, handbooks, reports, and other materials. The series is divided into eighteen subseries based on the current academic structure of the university.

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Material has been arranged principally by subject, and then in chronological order within the subject.

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Conditions governing access

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) applies. File 1-16 and 1-17 of subseries C.1. General Program in Arts and Science contain personal information and may not be accessed until the subject of the record has been deceased for 30 years. Please contact the University of Toronto Scarborough Library for more information.

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Canadian and international copyright laws apply. Please contact the University of Toronto Scarborough Library for more information.

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