The Curriculum Coordination Records document the development of academic programs, degrees, and courses at Oregon State University and include committee records, course and degree proposals, correspondence and reports.
0.35 cubic foot; 1 box; 11 microfilm reels
Organized into nine series: I. Course Revision Committee, 1924-1959; II. Catalog Preparations, 1932-1950; III. Curriculum Committee Minutes, 1933-1978; IV. Delmer Morrison Goode File, 1927-1966; V. Proposed Course Changes, 1941-1969; VI. Curricular Adjustments, 1958-1969; VII. Curricular Requests, 1966-1981; VIII. Curriculum Coordination Correspondence and Reports, 1946-1974; and IX. Clearing Committee on Curricula Adjustment Records, 1931-1932. Most series are arranged chronologically.
Additional materials pertaining to the development of the OSU curriculum are available in the Faculty Senate Records (RG 044) and the records of the Provost and Office of Academic Affairs (RG 022). Curriculum proposals are also included the in the records of many academic departments and colleges. The Office of University Publications and OSU Press Records (RG 018) include additional information pertaining to the reorganization of Oregon higher education in the early 1930s as well as other materials created and assembled by Delmer Goode. The President's Office Records (RG 013) also include substantive materials pertaining to the higher education reorganization (Subgroup 7, Series 10). The General Catalog is available online.