Collection consists of Coordinating Council for Higher Education (CCHE) minutes and agendas (1962-1973), and reports (1962-1974).
Collection documents attempts of CCHE to advise Colleges and Universities within California.
The Coordinating Council for Higher Education (CCHE) was created to review various aspects of higher education in California.
It was composed of representatives of the University of California, the California State College system, the public junior
colleges, private college and universities, and the general public. CCHE was established as an advisory body. Principle functions
of the Council included review of the annual budget and capital outlay requests of the University and State College system;
delineation of the different functions of higher education and counsel as to programs appropriate to each segment; and development
of plans for growth and recommendations on the need for and location of new facilities and programs. In 1973 the functions
and duties of CCHE were transferred to the California Postsecondary Education Commission although CCHE continued in existence
until March 30, 1974.
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