Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection exists to connect all of the annual reports prepared by Albert B. Alkek library at Texas State University. Reports generally contain major planning goals, departmental accomplishments, department goals, data compilations and analysis, material and collection numbers, as well as expenditures and employees.
Donald Hazelwood was a professor in the mathematics department at Texas State University. He was active in the Faculty Senate and helped create the Faulty Senate Newsletter in the 1970s. The collection contains Faulty Senate Newsletter and other related materials from the 1970s.
Periodical published by the School of Fine Arts and Communication, which provided information for all of its departments: art and design, theater and dance, communication studies, and journalism and mass communications.
Collection of periodicals consists of reports published by the Office of Institutional Research and later Enrollment Management. They provide statistical data about the university, including enrollment by college, gender, and ethnicity. Some years also include data about faculty, staff, finance, and facilities.
Administrative reports from the President of Southwest Texas State University (presently Texas State University) to the university system's Board of Regents. After 1993, the President’s Reports merged into Board of Regents meeting agendas.
Published every other year, the employee and staff handbooks are designed to acquaint employees with a general overview of the policies, procedures, and benefits of Texas State University. Some issues include addenda. Items are arranged chronologically.
The Faculty Senate Newsletter informed faculty at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) of the activities and decisions made by the body. Topics included requests for agenda items, committee activities, budgeting, grading, textbook policies, pay rates and methods, sick leave and vacation, developmental leave, and grant and fellowship opportunities.
Institutional self-study reports and institutional responses created by Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) for accrediting agency.
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.