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Southcentral Regional Center administrators manual

University of Alaska Anchorage Records
Guide to the Southcentral Regional Center administrators handbook

Collection number: UAA-0151.
Creating office: University of Alaska. Southcentral Regional Center.
Series title: UAA. Southcentral Regional Center administrators handbook.
Dates: 1974-1975.
Volume of series: 0.1 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Document is in English.
Series summary: Policy and procedure guidance for administrators at the Southcentral Regional Center.

Administrative history:
The Southcentral Regional Center (SRC) was created in 1968 to operate and coordinate college and university programs in the broader south central portion of Alaska – including ACC; the UAA Anchorage Senior College (ASC); and community colleges in Kenai, Kodiak, and Matanuska-Susitna; and learning centers. This organization supplanted the Anchorage Regional Center (ARC). As in the case of the ARC, the chief executive officer of the SRC was the Provost who supervised the schools in the area and acted as liaison with the statewide administration.

Agency functions:
The Southcentral Regional Center (SRC) was created to operate and coordinate lower, upper division, and graduate programs in the area.

Series description:
This manual provides administrative and policy procedure guidance and documents. This edition of the manual has been marked up extensively, most likely as part of a revision process.

Arrangement: The manual is organized thematically.

Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Preferred citation: UAA. Southcentral Regional Center administrators handbook., Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Custodial history: This manual was transferred by the Chancellor’s Office to the Archives in 1981.

Processing information: This collection was described by Arlene Schmuland in 2019.

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