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The Records of the Colorado School of Agriculture document the secondary school established at Colorado Agricultural College in 1909, which provided practical agricultural instruction to students across Colorado. The collection contains published histories, programs, brochures, reports to the Dean, and a photo composite of the first graduating class in 1912.
The Colorado State University (CSU) Police Department was established in 1955 with the appointment of Wayne Teegarden to implement parking policies at the university. The collection consists of scrapbooks and documents chronicling the history of the police department that were assembled by Teegarden.
The Committee on Teaching and Learning is a standing committee of the Faculty Council and recommends policies and standards for instruction and student development at Colorado State University. The records include meeting minutes, agendas, and correspondence.
The Committee on the Responsibilities and Standing of the Academic Faculty (CORSAF) is a standing committee of Colorado State University's Faculty Council. CORSAF recommends policies and procedures related to CSU's faculty responsibilities, standing, and grievances. The records include meeting minutes, agendas, annual reports, subject files, and memoranda.