Mount Royal University. Office of the Registrar fonds
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1949-1980, predominant 1965-1968 (Creation)
43.7 cm of textual records
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The Office of the Registrar is the official repository of student records and provides administrative services to Mount Royal students. The office has existed since the start of Mount Royal's operations in 1910, with the first person to hold the office being Professor John H. Beazley. The primary duties of the Registrar is to provide registration and withdrawal assistance, process tuition and other fee payments, print official and unofficial transcripts, confirm graduation eligibility, maintain student records, and act as a student resource for academic and administrative policies.
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Fonds documents the Registrar's Office management of student grades, contact information, and attendance records. The fonds also contains correspondence, memos, instructor notes, exams and tests, convocation photographs, and course outlines. Fonds contains one series: Student grades.
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