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Dean of the Division of Continuing Education/Evening Divisions/University College, Ellen Corley, Records of the
Abstract These records of Ellen Corley, Dean of Northwestern University's College of Continuing Education, primarily relate to three areas of activity: Dean Corley's correspondence and materials created in the general operation of the dean's office during her tenure as Dean (1976 to 1985); financial and/or class registration records for the College since 1963; subject files from various courses, workshops, and other programs offered under the aegis of the College (the bulk of the records). The files...
Abstract The Division of Continuing Education/Evening Division student records fill forty four archival boxes, including one half-size box. The files were created from 1975 to 1982, but there are a few documents in the files dating back to the 1940's. Generally included in each file is correspondence pertaining to scholarship information, withdrawal from courses, degree requirements, academic probation and exclusion from the Evening Division. Other documents in the files include: grade evaluation...
Abstract These records are comprised of 164 bound volumes of grade sheets recording the grades of students enrolled in courses offered by the Division of Continuing Education (formerly the Evening Divisions, and prior to that the University College) from 1913/14 through 1968/69.The grade sheet for each evening class records the course title, section number, year and semester offered, instructor's name, name of each student enrolled in the class and the final grade he or she received. Instructor's...
Abstract This series contains the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Commerce graduation lists from the Evening Division, later the Division of Continuing Education, at Northwestern University. These lists include candidates and recipients of certificates, diplomas, and undergraduate and graduate degrees between 1911 and 1977. Often included on these lists are local and home addresses, major fields of study, and grade point averages of individuals.