The records of the Thurgood Marshall College Office of the Provost document the administration of the Provost's office, including
academic and facilities planning, committee work, and the management of routine matters and controversial issues and disputes.
The Provost is Thurgood Marshall College's chief academic and administrative officer. Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor
for Academic Affairs, the Provost works closely with, and partially supervises, the College Deans. The Provost's Office is
responsible for freshman orientation, academic counseling, graduation, the designation of college honors, and dismissals.
The Provost also holds a tenured faculty appointment in a campus academic department.
28.35 Linear feet
(7 records cartons, 50 archives boxes, 2 flat boxes, and 2 oversized folders)
Documents containing protected information are restricted for 75 years from the date of creation. Redacted versions are provided
where possible. See the University Archivist for more information.