14.8. c.f. (26 archives boxes and 5 record center cartons).
1 reel of microfilm (35mm).
1 tape recording.
10 photographs, and.
Records, mainly 1966-1982, of a diploma school of nursing in Madison, Wisconsin, that operated from 1902 to 1982 and a few records of the hospital with which it was associated. Nursing school records include historical materials (some of which are available only on microfilm) and files on accreditation, administration, courses, faculty, organizations, the registrar, students, and alumni.
Administrative files include annual reports (1954-1982); minutes and related papers for committees on admissions, curriculum, planning, and other topics; correspondence, memoranda, and reports of the director and the assistant director; and budgets, monthly management reports (1964-1979), and files on grants especially concerning the school specialization on gerontology. Extensive course materials, 1976-1982, consist of course descriptions, handouts, and examinations. The faculty records include files on committees and minutes, contracts, and reference material concerning affiliation with the Wisconsin Nurses Association and the United Professionals for Quality Health Care. Files from the registrar's office include an index to microfilmed student transcripts held by Meriter-Madison General Hospital. Other student records include information on alumni activities, questionnaires, and printed material.
Restricted: Under federal law, student records in this collection are closed to use until 2042.
Available only on microfilm.