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Scarborough College Council

Subseries B.9 Scarborough College Council covers the years 1964 to 1993. Scarborough College Council (now called the Council of the University of Toronto Scarborough) creates and amends the by-laws that govern the business of Council and its committees. Council, as distinct from its committees, exercises its legislative and related powers by judging matters of broad policy at an early stage of development, establishing a system of committees that provide consultation on policy and related matters, and providing a means by which members of Council and its committees may monitor the implementation of policy. Following the opening of Scarborough College, the Council also oversaw the addition of new buildings (materials relating to the construction of the original buildings, designed by John Andrews, can be found in Series A. Governing Council). The subseries is divided into several categories for ease of organization:

• Chairman, which contains correspondence of the Council’s Chair;
• Governing Documents, which contains drafts and final copies of the constitution as well as by-laws;
• Elections, which contains minutes, nomination forms, memos and correspondence;
• Minutes, which contains agendas and minutes from Council meetings from 1964 to 1994 as well as indexes to these minutes;
• Committees, which contains an alphabetical filing of documentation generated by a wide variety of committees set up under the Council’s purview;
• Plans and Studies, which contains various campus master plans, capital plans, and planning reports;
• Scarborough College Residences, which contains a report on the addition of student housing;
• Physical Education and Recreation Building, which contains reports detailing the need for such a facility;
• Scarborough College Phase II, which contains correspondence, site plans, section plans, floor plans, electrical details, and materials specific to the Bladen library;
• Arts Centre, which contains reports and correspondence (N.B. this proposed Arts Centre became known as Scarborough Hall, see below);
• Student Centre, which contains a proposal from the Scarborough College Student Council for a student centre, as well as an opening invitation;

• Scarborough Hall, which contains correspondence, reports, minutes, fundraising information, studies, materials from architects Brian Arnott Associates, Carruthers, Shaw and Partners Limited, and Lett/Smith Architects, and information about the financial problems faced by the project;
• Housing Phase III, which contains a feasibility study;
• Dead Centre, which contains concept drawings and proposals from Montgomery and Sisam Architects;
• Academic Resource Centre, which contains reports, financial information, specifications, correspondence, committee documents, change notices, topographies, floor plans, electrical plans, utility plans, reflected ceiling plans, landscaping plans, site plans, and presentation books from Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
• Phase 4 Residences (Joan Foley Hall), which contains correspondence, a design development report from Baird Sampson Neuert Architects Inc. and Montgomery Sisam Associates Inc. Architects, and a presentation book from Dunlop Architects Inc.;
• Pavilion, which contains a report;
• Science Building, which contains committee minutes, correspondence, reports, and other documents;
• Management Building, which contains a project planning report and a presentation book from Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg (KPMB) Architects;
• S&H Wing Balconies, which contains correspondence;
• Arts and Administration Building, which contains two presentation books from Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.;
• Recreation Centre, which contains a presentation book from CannonDesign;
• Other Buildings/Unidentified, which contains plans and other documents for unidentified buildings, as well as materials relating to the front entrance drop-off, Miller Lash House, the Scarborough College Library; and
• Services, which contains materials for audio-visual services, student residence and conference services, the writing lab, and cafeteria and food services.

Director of Educational Communication Systems

Subseries B.8 Director of Educational Communication Systems covers the years 1967 to 1971. The Director of Educational Communication Systems was in charge of the maintenance and programming of the television lectures used as an early teaching method at UTSC. The files included are mainly composed of lists of items for educational use.

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