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SFU Liaison Program
F-85-5-1-0-12-1 · Item · September 6, 1983
Part of Office of the Registrar fonds

Short marketing/promotion piece about SFU created for the Office of Admissions. General information about SFU: "the people, the location, the faculty and the buildings."

F-85 · Fonds · 1965 - 2009, predominant 1965 - 1992

The fonds consists of five series. Series 1 contains material sent to Registrar Harry Evans from 1969-1970 regarding the crisis in the Department of Political Science Sociology, and Anthropology. Series 2 consists of five subject files concerning topics of interest to Registrars D.P. Robertson and Harry Evans. Series 3 contains records from the Academic Advice Centre. Series 4 contains records from Financial Aid. Series 5 contains publications produced by the Registrar's Office. Records include correspondence, press releases, newspapers, committee lists and terms of reference, minutes, reports, statistics, policies, organization charts, manuals, notes, and other documents. Also includes registrar's publications, such as admissions information booklets, timetables, and calendars.

Registrar's Office
Admissions publications
F-85-5-1 · Sub-series · 1966 - 1999
Part of Office of the Registrar fonds

Sub-series consists of records relating to the admission of students to SFU. Records include admission brochures and documents describing admission requirements.

Academic calendars
F-85-5-6 · Sub-series · 1965-2010
Part of Office of the Registrar fonds

Sub-series consists of academic calendars published in print form by the university for each academic year. The sub-series represents a complete run of all print editions, from SFU's first academic year (1965-66) to the final year for which a print edition was produced (2009-10).

From 1965-66 until 1981-82, SFU produced separate calendars for undergraduate and graduate studies. The format changed in 1982-83, with a single calendar covering both undergraduate and graduate programs. The calendar continued in this format until 2010, when the university discontinued the print edition. Since that time, SFU maintains the calendar as a web-based product only. At the present time of writing (October 2017), the digital records for the calendar from 2010 onwards remain in the custody and control of Registrar's Office / Student Services.

In 2015, the Archives digitized a complete set of the calendars. This sub-series includes both the print editions and digitized copies.