File contains information and correspondence regarding the recruitment of clerical and technical staff and salary classification. It also includes a draft copy of a handbook issued to welcome and assist new employees.
File contains information and correspondence regarding salary schedules, agreement between The Board of Governors and The Ryerson Faculty Association and other matters regarding the association from 1964 to 1967.
File contains correspondence between Ryerson and the Faculty Association negotions team. A copy of the proposal, counter proposal and agreement between Ryerson Polytechnical Institute and The Ryerson Faculty Association are included.
File contains information on the limits of the CJRT radio licence, operations costs, board of broadcast governors' hearing on educational television channels and other information related to the CJRT TV and radio at Ryerson.
File contains correspondence regarding registration, schedules, fees, foreign students and other issues related to the Registrar's office. Guidelines for the preparation of examinations and information on transferability, enrollment and statistics are also included in this file.
File contains correspondence regarding degree designation, Ryerson authority to grant degrees, Institute 3 year plan, the contribution it can make to the post-secondary education and other general correspondence and information.
File contains a report entitled "Barbados Hotel School: A CIDA Assignment" , and a report entitled " A Report on the more effective involvement of canadian universities in the canadian international development effort" . Minutes of meetings, reports and correspondence regarding the Barbados Hotel School project are also included in this file.
File contains minutes of Continuing Education meeting, a position paper for Instructional Television at Ryerson, a report from M.E.T.A. (Metropolitan Educational Television Association), notes a questionnaire and correspondence. Two issues of Metanews are included.
File contains copies of RADmag - Ryerson Art + Design magazine. It is a creative magazine spotlighting students all the schools under the Faculty of Communicaiton and Design. Issue 00 was an alumni edition and Issue 01 was published with 3 different covers.
Yorkvillism is a book created by Ryerson University, Lifetime Developments and the Toronto Star. Book features photographs by Ryerson Image Arts students Eriver Hijano, Arthur Mola, Renee Mun, Andrew B. Myers, Eugen Sakhnenko, and Andrew Williamson. Book was created to highlight Yorkville and was a juried competition - with Arthur Mola as the winner, runner up Andrew Williamson, and honourable mention to Andrew B. Myers.
Series consists of materials transferred in the Archives holdings in the 1970s and left in piles on shelving units. No original order was apparent. After viewing materials it was discerned that the best course of action was to maintain existing files, arrange loose papers with file numbers into order by file number, and arrange by topic for those items that have no file numbers.
File contains a list of Interior Design courses offered in the Fall of 1975, a memo on calendar changes, outline of the Migrating Student Course and correspondence. Included in the file is a 1975-76 Interior Design calendar.
File contains a memo on a proposed degree program for Library Arts, curriculum information, outline of some difficulties in the evening studies and correspondence. Included in the file there is a memo regarding the Academic Plan and Library Arts, list of course titles and the Library Arts Program.
File contains correspondence regarding the Ryerson Copy Shop, one copy of The Exryersonian, R.T.A. events, list of holidays, security, international dinning room, international involvement of AUCC member institutions, brochures and reports. Included is an address to the Ryerson Association by Alan Kingstone.
File contains the Theater Department acting program, Library guidelines for Library Arts students, the Radio and Television Arts student handbook for 1975-76 and correspondence related to the Applied Arts Division.