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Smith College School for Social Work records, (Bulk: 2012-2018)
.75 linear feet (1 letter document box and 1 half letter document box) 1 website
Collection number: CA.MS.01081

Abstract:
Materials pertaining to the operation and students of the Smith College School for Social Work; includes student records, office files, and photographs.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Materials in the Smith College Archives are open for use, with the following exceptions: "Office Files," files of records created for the use of the administrative unit that created them, are closed to research for a period of 10 years following their creation.

Faculty tenure and promotion files, as well as inactive faculty files are closed permanently. Board of Trustees' records are closed permanently.

Minutes of the Faculty Council are closed to all except current Smith College Faculty for a period of 75 years following their creation.

Student academic records, student disciplinary records, and all records containing FERPA-covered student information are closed during the lifetime of the student. Student records created 100 years or more ago are assumed to be about deceased students.

In all cases, the College Archives will continue to provide public access to materials that were intended to be public at the time of their creation (press releases, publications, etc.)

Restrictions on use:

Smith College retains copyright of materials created as part of its business operations; however, copyright in other items in this collection may be held by their respective creators. For reproductions of materials that are governed by fair use as defined under U. S. Copyright Law, no permission to cite or publish is required. For instances which may regard materials in the collection not created by Smith College, researchers are responsible for determining who may hold materials' copyrights and obtaining approval from them. Researchers do not need anything further from Smith College Special Collections to move forward with their use.

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Scope and Contents

Materials pertaining to the operation and students of the Smith College School for Social Work; includes student records, office files, and photographs.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Materials in the Smith College Archives are open for use, with the following exceptions: "Office Files," files of records created for the use of the administrative unit that created them, are closed to research for a period of 10 years following their creation.

Faculty tenure and promotion files, as well as inactive faculty files are closed permanently. Board of Trustees' records are closed permanently.

Minutes of the Faculty Council are closed to all except current Smith College Faculty for a period of 75 years following their creation.

Student academic records, student disciplinary records, and all records containing FERPA-covered student information are closed during the lifetime of the student. Student records created 100 years or more ago are assumed to be about deceased students.

In all cases, the College Archives will continue to provide public access to materials that were intended to be public at the time of their creation (press releases, publications, etc.)

Restrictions on use:

Smith College retains copyright of materials created as part of its business operations; however, copyright in other items in this collection may be held by their respective creators. For reproductions of materials that are governed by fair use as defined under U. S. Copyright Law, no permission to cite or publish is required. For instances which may regard materials in the collection not created by Smith College, researchers are responsible for determining who may hold materials' copyrights and obtaining approval from them. Researchers do not need anything further from Smith College Special Collections to move forward with their use.

Preferred Citation

Smith College School for Social Work records, Smith College Archives, CA MS 01081, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.

History of the Collection

Transferred from the School for Social Work, Office of Academic Services (Registrar's Office)


Additional Information
Contact Information
Smith College Special Collections
Young Library
4 Tyler Drive
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

Email: specialcollections@smith.edu
URL: https://www.smith.edu/libraries/special-collections
Language
English
Related Materials

See also Graduate Work records.


Contents List
2018-A-0078. School for Social Work. Office of Academic Services (Registrar), School for Social Work MSW and Withdrawn Student Files (2012-2018), select
(bulk 2012-2018)
.5 linear feet(1 letter document box)
Box 1

MSW 2017, and Withdrawn 2012, 2017 and 2018 (select) Student Files

2018-A-0086. School for Social Work. Office of Academic Services (Registrar), School for Social Work Student Files withdrawn and PhD
(bulk various years MSW 2012, 2016, 2018; PhD 2008, 2015)
.25 linear feet(1 half document box)
Box 2
2018-A-0109. School for Social Work Senior Skits DVD
1981-2007
0.417 linear feet(1 container)
Box CA Shared 2
School for Social Work website
first captured 2019 March 15
1 website

Scope and content:

The School for Social Work website (https://ssw.smith.edu/) includes information about admission, academics, student life, fields of study, faculty, alumnae news and professional career resources.

Accruals:

The School for Social Work website was first captured in 2015 as part of the larger Smith College website. In 2019 the site address changed and has since been captured separately. Subsequent captures are scheduled annually.

Related material:

For earlier versions of the SSW website see the Smith College web archive captured 2015-2018: href="https://wayback.archive-it.org/6152/*/https://www.smith.edu/"


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