The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Records consist of a wide variety of academic, administrative, and accreditation files from the years of 1969 to 2009.
The academic files consist of the yearly functions of the programs located on the Indiana State University campus. The Academic Affairs files include information from each program consisting of meeting notes, receipts, program reviews, and student information. The academic files also include a number of meeting notes from advisement sessions and development committees meetings. The Academic Affairs files serve to show the activities of each program as well as the reviews of each by third party organizations.
The administrative files include a number of files specifically concerning the faculty of Indiana State University and the administration itself. Academic Affairs Records include a significant amount of information on a number of faculty members of the university. The faculty files include teaching notes, salary information, and letters from the Indiana State University administration. The Administrative files also include a number of faculty proposals, the tenure of specific faculty members, and agreements between Indiana State University and a number of local and national businesses. The administration records reflect the relationship between the teaching staff, a number of local and national businesses, and the university administration itself.
A significant amount of the Academic Affairs Records includes information on a number of national accreditation organizations and their relationship with Indiana State University. The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools takes up a significant amount of the accreditation files within the Academic Affairs Records. The NCA files describe the accreditation process of Indiana State University, as well as the specific role this accreditation plays in the development of the university. The NCA files contain a number of pamphlets, meeting notes, and booklets concerning Indiana State University and its accreditation.