Digital Record Groups and Publications
A growing number of resources useful for studying the history of the university are now available online. A small selection is listed below.
Digital Record Groups
Schedule of Classes
Archived digital versions of the official Schedule of Class published by the Office of the Registrar. Prior to the Winter 2004 term, the authoritative record of course offerings was a printed publication. The digital records were originally published on the Office of the Registrar website (http://www.umich.edu/~regoff). The original data source for the Schedule of Classes is the University of Michigan Student Information System. This version of the Schedule of Classes is a scheduled snapshot of the administrative database. The database is centrally managed by Michigan Administrative Information Services (MAIS). The snapshot is generated on the last day of the term
- Official Degree Program
Archived digital versions of degree program requirements for the Schools and Colleges that have designated the digital version of the bulletin as the authoritative source.
Papers of James J. Duderstadt
The papers of the eleventh president of the University of Michigan include over 2,000 digital files of speeches, position papers, presentations, and strategy documents. The digital files are linked from the online finding aid.
Originally published as a Bentley Historical Library Bulletin, Women's Voices is a collection of vivid reminiscences of the earliest women students admitted to the university.
- Social Science in the Public Interest: A Fiftieth Year History of the Institute for Social Research, by Anne Frantilla, September 1998.
The University of Michigan An Encyclopedic Survey
The Encyclopedic Survey is a rich source for the history of the university through 1975, comprising more than 400 individual histories of the administration, schools and colleges, departments, programs, units, organizations and physical facilities.
- Board of Regents
Proceedings and Index
The Board of Regents Proceedings provide a record of actions taken by the university's governing board from 1837 to the present.