University reports to the Curriculum Committee, Board of Regents, Texas State University System
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of reports sent to the Board of Regents of the Texas State University System. Reports list and summarize statistics on student enrollment by department, broken down by professor, courses taught, credit hours, and number of students enrolled. Includes number of semester hours taught and number of full-time teachers. Additional reports may include topics such as small class and diversification. The 1957 report was addressed to the Board of Regents and The Commission on Higher Learning, and appears to be the precursor to the Report to the Curriculum Committee. Copies for 1957-1958 to 1969-1979, are bound Registrar copies, which include letters to and from the Curriculum Committee of the Board of Regents State Teachers Colleges. The letters are regarding 12th day enrollment for all departments and specific courses. These reports are also known as "The 12th Class Day Report" or the "The 4th Class Day Report." Statistics for summer sessions are taken on the 4th day of classes, with fall and spring statistics taken on the 12th day of classes. Includes two compilation reports consisting of multiple years. Materials arranged chronologically. Missing reports for Spring 1973, and Summer 1976.
- Southwest Texas State Teachers College (Organization)
- Texas State University--San Marcos (Organization)
- Texas State University (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Open to researchers without restriction.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright held by Texas State University. Educational reproduction is allowed without permission. Authorization to publish must be obtained from the University Archives. Please contact email@example.com.
Biographical / Historical
Texas State University was established by the 26th Legislature in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School; 313 pupils were enrolled in 1903-04, the first year classes were held.
The school name changed to Southwest Texas State Normal College in 1918, to Southwest Texas State Teachers College in 1925, to Southwest Texas State College in 1959, to Southwest Texas State University in 1969, to Texas State University-San Marcos in 2003, and to Texas State University in 2013.
5.58 Linear Feet (One legal Hollinger box, 4 record cartons, 125 volumes. (Volumes do not count toward linear feet total.) )
Language of Materials
Reports prepared by Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) which list and summarize statistics on student enrollment by department, broken down by professor, courses taught, credit hours, and number of students enrolled. These reports are also known as "The 12th Class Day Report" or the "The 4th Class Day Report." Statistics for summer sessions are taken on the 4th day of classes, with fall and spring statistics taken on the 12th day of classes.
Materials may be stored off-site. Advance notice may be required for use.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred by Sonya Evans, College of Education Dean's Office, September 24, 2012. Materials cataloged individually transferred to the library by Office of the Registrar at unknown date. Additional copies can be found in Alkek Library special collections.
- University reports to the Curriculum Committee, Board of Regents, Texas State University System
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- 2021 April: Revised for ArchivesSpace, Nicole Critchley