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Academic Affairs. Office of the Vice President. administrative review summaries , 2010-2022

Identifier: KSU-14-04-001

Content Description

This collection consists of cover letters and summary reports created by the online review system. The Office of the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs provides access to the files. Because the review files contain private and confidential information, access is limited to Kennesaw State University faculty and staff. Users do not have to register as Archives users, but they must make appointments in advance to view the files.


  • Creation: 2010-2022


Conditions Governing Access

Access is limited to Kennesaw State University faculty and staff, who may view the materials by appointment. Faculty and staff will be asked to show identification before viewing the materials, but are not required to register with the Archives as researchers.

Conditions Governing Use

Files may not be reproduced, although faculty and staff users may take notes.

Biographical or Historical Information

The Office of Academic Affairs was created during the comprehensive academic reorganization of Kennesaw College in 1983, as part of the school's change to senior college status in 1977. With the reorganization, the Office of Vice President for Academic Affairs was established. The first Vice President for Academic Affairs was James Kolka, who held the position from 1983 to 1986. In 1988, Edwin A. Rugg, who had assumed the postiion during the interim, was made the permanent Vice President for Academic Affairs. Rugg served in this position until 2002, when he took over leadership of the Center for Institutional Effectiveness (now Enterprise Information Management). Lendley C. Black followed Rugg, serving as Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2002 to 2006. In 2006, the position of Provost was created and Black served as the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2006 to 2010. W. Ken Harmon was appointed as the Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs in 2010 and moved into the position permanently in 2011. An online review system was introduced by the Office of Academic Affairs during the spring of 2010 to allow faculty and staff to comment on the performance of administrators.Note written by Anne M. Graham


8.5 cubic feet (17 document cases)

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The collection consists of performance reviews for Kennesaw State University administrators. Because the files contain personal and confidential information, access is limited to Kennesaw State University faculty and staff.


Files are arranged chronologically by review date and then alphabetically by review subject. Subsequent files are arranged as received by the repository.

Source of Acquisition

Angie Conti, Academic Affairs

Method of Acquisition

Files were transferred to the Archives on May 2, 2011 by Angie Conti, the Assistant to the Vice President of Academic Affairs, Ed Rugg, to provide access for faculty and staff. They were created from an online review system by Academic Affairs, which begain in the spring of 2010.

Accruals and Additions

12-006: Fall 2011 Administrator reviews, .4 cubic feet 13-023, Fall 2012, .4 cubic feet 14-040, Fall 2013, .4 cubic feet 15-031, Fall 2014, .4 cubic feet 16-026, Fall 2015, 47 folders; Fall 2016 reviews, 42 folders Fall 2017 reviews, 50 folders 19-022, Fall 2018 reviews, 23 folders; Fall 2019 reviews, 21 folders; 21-007, Fall 2020 reviews, 13 folders; Fall 2021 reviews, 20 files; 23-035, Fall 2022 reviews, 23 files;


Further (yearly) accruals are expected.

Maggie Thomas
2020 March 23
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Revision Statements

  • June 1, 2023: updated by Maggie Thomas

Repository Details

Part of the Kennesaw State University Archives Repository

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