General Correspondence File, 1979-1994 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 2/14/1
Acquired: 06/03/1998. 22 cubic feet (boxes 36-57) were added in August 2006.
Volume: 330.0 cubic feet
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Description: General Correspondence File of Stanley O. Ikenberry (1935- ) (President of the University of Illinois, 1979-1994), including correspondence, reports, memoranda, agendas, minutes, newsclippings and publications received from or sent to trustees, deans, university administrators, faculty, private and public corporation and foundation officials, state and federal government officials and the public concerning admissions and enrollment; Allerton Park; reports of colleges, schools, institutes, bureaus, and departments; American Council on Education, Association of American Colleges, Association of American Universities, commencement, committees, College of Dentistry, College of Engineering, Council of Ten, Ford Foundation, Guggenheim Fellowship, Museum of Science and Industry, U.S. Army and Air Force, U.S. Department of Education; affirmative action (1980); alumni; athletics; budgets; Chicago Circle Campus; commencement; fraternity and sorority affairs; the Graduate College; health services; hiring freeze; Illini Union; insurance; the University Office of Public Affairs; Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE); legal council; Medical Center; property transactions; public information; retirement system; ROTC; UIC Medical Center; sabbatical leave applications and reports; scholarships and student financial aid; School of Social Work; state legislature; student activities; student employment; tuition; Higher Education Act of 1965; gifts and grants; other Universities; University of Illinois Foundation; search for UIUC Chancellor (1979).
Access Restriction: None. Open for public access.