Residential College (University of Michigan) records 1962-2005

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Residential College (University of Michigan) records 1962-2005

Inaugurated in 1967 as a living-learning community within the larger university, planning for the Residential College began in the early 1960s. Records relate to the planning and founding of the Residential College, 1962-1967, and include materials concerning curriculum, educational policies, governance and student attitudes from the College's opening in 1967 through 2005. Research papers produced by the Social Science Program's Student-Faculty Research Communities are also present

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