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Admission

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bloom Planning Notes and Reports 2/93 - 12/93, 1993 February-December

 File
Identifier: U109.01.0001.0024
Overview This folder contains records of Michele ''Mike'' Bloom's planning notes and reports for most of 1993. The folder also contains marketing research and correpondence regarding the name change from ''The Weekend College'' to ''The Women's College.''

Budget Proposal, FY 2004, 2002 November 20

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Identifier: U109.04.0016.0033

Enrollment and Retention, 2001 - 2002, 2001 September 4-2002

 File
Identifier: U109.04.0016.0030
Overview This folder contains reports and management plans for on enrollment and retention in the Women's College. The reports were created for 2002, but some of the data dates back to 2000.

Enrollment and Retention, FY 2003, 2002 July 2-2003 June 3

 File
Identifier: U109.04.0016.0031
Overview This folder contains reports and management plans for on enrollment and retention in the Women's College. The reports were created for FY 2003, but some of the data dates back to 2000.

Enrollment and Retention, FY 2004, 2003 October 28-2004 May 16

 File
Identifier: U109.04.0016.0032
Overview This folder contains reports and management plans for on enrollment and retention in the Women's College. The reports were created for FY 2004, but some of the data dates back to 1995.

Management Reports June 93, 1993 June

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Identifier: U109.01.0001.0029
Overview This folder contains a series of memorandums detailing the progress made for the month of June in 1993.

Report by Sally Muller of WEC Admissions Practices, 1988 June 27

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Identifier: U109.01.0001.0010
Overview This folder contains a memo regarding admissions procedures and how they could be better reformed to include probationary measures.

WEC - Early Policies, Procedures 1980's, between 1980-1989

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Identifier: U109.01.0001.0011
Overview This folder contains a large range of materials from the early years of the Weekend College, including applications for admission and the ethnic breakdown of applicants.