sub-group SC.FITA.3 - Academic Affairs records

Princess Grace of Monaco interview Selma Frankel interview, 1982 August 31 Arthur Jablow interview, 1982 May 14 Bernice Jablow interview, 1982 May 11 and 1982 September 20 Mildred Klare interview, 1982 August 23 Paula Neiman interview, 1982 September 14 Ira Rentner interview, 1982 August 31 Lilian Sloan interview, 1982 September 1 Andrew Goodman interview, 1977 December 13 Steven Elkin interview, 1994 July 13
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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3

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Academic Affairs records

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  • 1944 (Creation)

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Academic Affairs includes the Schools of Art & Design, Business & Technology, Liberal Arts, and Graduate Studies; and the Center for Continuing & Professional Studies. The four schools offer 48 degree programs: 15 associate's degrees; 26 bachelor's degrees; and seven master's degrees. The School of Liberal Arts also offers 27 minors, while the Center for Continuing and Professional Studies awards 12 different credit certificates.

The Academic Services departments include the Office of Grants & Sponsored Programs, International Programs, the Gladys Marcus Library, and Faculty and Academic Program Support.

The Faculty and Academic Support units include Faculty Services, the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Online Learning and Academic Technologies, Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Academic Advising, Academic Skills Tutoring, Career and Internship Services, Testing/Placement Services, and the Writing and Speaking Studio.

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Access is open to researchers by appointment at the Fashion Institute of Technology Library, Department of Special Collections and College Archives. If you have any questions, or wish to schedule an appointment contact us at fitlibsparc@fitnyc.edu or call (212) 217-4385.

Conditions governing reproduction

The Unit of Special Collections and College Archives does not own copyright for all material held in its physical custody. It is the researcher's obligation to abide by and satisfy copyright law (http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#108) when copying or using materials (including digital materials) found in or made available from the department. When possible, the department will inform a researcher about the copyright status of material, the researcher's obligations with regard to such material, and, wherever possible, the owner or owners of the copyrights. Any and all reproduction of originals is at the archivist's discretion.

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  • English

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  • Latin

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