The handbooks in Series 1 describe programs and activities available for undergraduate students, while Series 2 contains guides specifically intended for graduate students at Georgia Tech. Handbooks for students in specific fields are found in Series 3.
(ca. 56 volumes)
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2.8 Linear Feet
The handbooks in Series 1 describe programs and activities available for students, as well as student and academic services and procedures. Although these volumes seem to be geared mainly for undergraduate students, they may also have been distributed to new graduate students. The handbooks in the first two subseries of Series 2 contain similar information to those in Series 1, but the guidance is specifically intended for graduate students at Georgia Tech. Series 2, subseries 3 contains information for graduate research assistants and graduate teaching assistants. The handbooks for students in specific fields, Aerospace Engineering and Electrical Engineering, are found in Series 3. The Series 3 handbooks include more curricular information than those in the other two series.
Arranged into three series:
A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.
This is a collection that has been created by the Georgia Tech Archives. The immediate provenance of these handbooks is unknown, but they were all originally created by the Georgia Institute of Technology. Accession number 2013.012.
(ca. 56 volumes)
These handbooks have been assigned various call numbers: T171 .G42 G412X (the undergraduate student handbooks in Series 1); T171 .G42 G43X, T171 .G42 G432X, T171 .G42 G4329X, and T171 .G42 G433X (the graduate handbooks in Series 2); T171 .G42 G42X (the Aerospace Engineering handbooks in Series 3); and T171 .G42 G425X (the Electrical Engineering handbooks in Series 3).
Christine de Catanzaro processed these publications in February 2013.