The Anchorage Senior College (ASC) of the University of Alaska, Anchorage was established by the University of Alaska Board of Regents in 1970 to administer the upper division and graduate programs leading to baccalaureate and masters degrees in the Anchorage area. The offices were located in buildings on the newly constructed ACC campus on Providence Drive near Lake Otis Parkway. Later, the UAA/ASC was housed in the Consortium Library (which served UAA and Alaska Methodist University) when construction of that facility was completed in 1973. The first campus facility for the ASC, the current CAS building, was completed in 1974. UAA achieved full accreditation from the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges in 1974. In the early 1970s, the University of Alaska, Anchorage, was composed of ACC and ASC. The relationship between the institutions was modified in the late 1970s when ACC and UAA became separate entities.
The records in this record group are very limited. Further documentation MAY be found among the records of the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor of UAA as well as other offices in UAA and ACC for this time period.
Division Heads Meetings
Series 1. Minutes; 1971-1973. .1 cu. ft.
- 1971: Sept. 28; Oct. 5; Dec. 10.
- 1972: Jan. 25; March 12; July 6; July 10; Oct. 10.
- 1973: Feb. 15; May 8; May 22.
Faculty and Staff
1. Faculty and Staff Meetings Minutes; 1971. .1 cu.ft.
Mar. 8 (faculty), 16 (staff), 25 (staff); Apr. 13 (staff), 19 (Sen. Col. Div. Heads), 22 (staff), May 5 (staff - incomplete).
ASC Faculty Association
1. Constitution; n.d. .1 cu. ft.
2. Meeting Minutes; 1972, 1974-1975. .1 cu. ft.
- 1972: Oct. 6 1972.
- 1974: May 9, Sept. 12, Sept. 19, Oct. 10, Nov. 14.
- 1975: Jan. 30;, March 13 & 27; Apr. 10 & 24; Oct. 21 & 31; Nov. 7 & 25.