17.98 m of textual records (59 boxes)
The Admissions Office, created out of the former Registrar's Office
in 1975, is responsible for the processing of applications for first-time
admissions and internal transfers to all undergraduate programs
of the University, as dictated by Senate-approved policies. Its
mandate includes the following: initiation of the individual student
record file; processing all documents submitted in support of an
application; evaluating transcripts; checking for the fulfilment
of program pre requisites; and assessing course equivalencies for
admission and transfer of credit. Admissions officers also prepare
and present material for Faculty and School selection committees.
These records consist primarily of enrolment statistics but also
include some committee reports.
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