Discontinued Offices & Programs. U.S. Office of Education -- Title I Higher Education Act (University Of Maine) Records
Scope and Contents
The record group includes various reports on projects at Maine academic institutions that were funded under Title I of the Higher Education Act (1965). The reports were submitted by the Maine Maritime Academy, University of Maine at Orono (now known as the University of Maine), University of Maine at Machias, University of Maine at Augusta, University of Maine at Portland, Ricker College, and other Maine institutions. Research was carried in a number of areas related to higher education, including: career development, modernizing Maine's governmental budget, local and state government careers, counseling skills, solid waste disposal, adult education, community service, and education re-entry.
- Creation: 1965-1980
- University of Maine (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage facility. One week's notice required for retrieval. Personal identifiable and sensitive information will be redacted before release.
Conditions Governing Use
Information on literary rights available in the Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department.
Biographical / Historical
The Title I of the Higher Education Act was enacted in 1965 in an effort to provide more resources to post-secondary institutions across the country. Financial Resources were to be allocated to post-secondary institutions to use for research, scholarships, faculty development, and more. This record group details a number of the projects at Maine academic institutions that were funded under Title I. The University of Maine had a Title I Program Coordinator and there was Maine State Advisory Council to coordinate efforts across the state.
Box numbers have changed:
- Old Box #214 (New Box #1)
Language of Materials
Physically the boxes are arranged by subject. Some file names and dates were changed to make them more meaningful and to correct errors. Material was separated and divided into multiple sub-folders where necessary.
Accruals related to the implementation of the Title I Higher Education Act are not anticipated.
Processed by Matthew Revitt and student worker Julia Haberstick, July 2018, Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department. Processing involved a collection survey and intellectual arrangement into series and the creation of this finding aid. Material was rehoused into appropriate archival folders and the boxes and folders numbered and titled using information from ArchivesSpace.
- University Of Maine. Title I Higher Education Act Records
- Matthew Revitt
- June 23, 2018
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- Finding aid written in English.