Series 436 - Matriculation roll

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Matriculation roll


  • 1960 - 1971 (Creation)

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1 volume

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(1960 - 1980)

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The School of General Studies was formed after the association of Canberra University College with the Australian National University following the Australian National University Act 1960, which came into operation on 30 September 1960. When the CUC became the School of General Studies, the university offered undergraduate courses for the first time. It comprised of the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Science. In 1980 it was formally renamed The Faculties.

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A register showing the student's signature, course, qualification for entry to the university and date of matriculation.


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Open under 20/30 year rule

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Created by Sarah Lethbridge on 30 May 2011




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