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Vice Provost for Extended University Services
Branch Campus Site Studies
1987-1991


Branch campus property and siting records, were were transferred to the Washington State University's Libraries in 1992 (UA92-03) from the Office of Vice-Provost for Extended University Servivces, shortly before the dissolution of that office. The records were processed by James A. Nazzal, July 2000.

Number of cartons 3
Linear feet of shelf space 3.5

ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The office of Vice Provost for Extended University Services was operational from about 1988 until about 1992. Its function was oversight of a wide variety of off-campus instructional programs, including the founding and initial operation of branch campuses. When the branch campuses came under on-site mangement, the office of the Vice-Provost was dissolved.

ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION

Records consist of correspondence, reports, minutes and attachments, all related to the selection of properties of branch campuses at Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver.

CONTAINER LIST

Box Folder   Description
   WSU Spokane
1 1 Facilities Planning correspondence
2 Site selection
3 Space
   WSU Tri Cities
4 Site selection, 1987-1988
5 Site selection, 1989
6 Faculties planning, 1990
7 Task Force reports
8 Supplemental proposal, Richmond, 1988
9 Campus reports
10 Consolidated Information Center, proposal and description, 1992
   WSU Vancouver
11 Newspaper articles
12 Ad Hoc Committee of Academic Advisors, 1 of 3
13 Ad Hoc Committee of Academic Advisors, 2 of 3
14 Ad Hoc Committee of Academic Advisors, 3 of 3
15 Second Phase building program
Site selection:
16    1986-1988
17    September-December, 1988
18    1989
2 19    January-March, 1989
20    April-May, 1989
21    June, 1989
22    July, 1989
23    August, 1989
24    September, 1989
25    October, 1989
26    November, 1989
27    December, 1989
28    January, 1989
29    February-June,1989
30    January-March, 1990, 1 of 3
31    January-March, 1990, 2 of 3
32    January-March, 1990, 3 of 3
33    April, 1990
34    May-June, 1990
3 35    July, 1990, 1 of 2
36    July, 1990 2 of 2
37    August, 1990, 1 of 2
38    August, 1990, 2 of 2
39    September, 1990
40    October, 1990
41    November, 1990, 1 of 2
42    November, 1990, 2 of 2
43    December, 1990
44    1990
45    January, 1991
46    supplemental proposals, 1 of 6
47    supplemental proposals, 2 of 6
48    supplemental proposals, 3 of 6
49    supplemental proposals, 4 of 6
50    supplemental proposals, 5 of 6
51    supplemental proposals, 6 of 6