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Merrill College records
UA.104  
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Description
This collection comprises records from Merrill College at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Included are administrative records; budgets; core course syllabi; course proposals and requests for course approvals; committee agendas and minutes; documentation of the People's Alternative Dwelling cooperative housing; event flyers, posters and other ephemera; photographs of Merrill College staff, students and buildings; and newspaper clippings and scrapbooks that document the history of the college.
Background
Merrill College is a residential college in the University of California, Santa Cruz. It was founded in 1968 as the fourth college at UCSC, and early faculty and students established an academic focus on the study of global poverty and cultural identity in the Global South.
Extent
15 Linear Feet 12 boxes
Restrictions
Copyright for the items in this collection is owned by Regents of the University of California. Reproduction or distribution of any work protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires permission from the copyright owner. It is the responsibility of the user to determine whether a use is fair use, and to obtain any necessary permissions. UCSC Special Collections and Archives can grant permission to publish materials to which it holds the copyright. For more information see UCSC Special Collections and Archives policy on Reproduction and Use.
Availability
Collection open for research. Audiovisual media is unavailable until reformatted. Digital files are available in the UCSC Special Collections and Archives reading room. Some files may require reformatting before they can be accessed. Technical limitations may hinder the Library's ability to provide access to some digital files. Access to digital files on original carriers is prohibited; users must request to view access copies. Contact Special Collections and Archives in advance to request access to audiovisual media and digital files.