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Mayhew Report

CO-INSTITUTIONAL STUDY REPORT
COLLEGE OF SAINT BENEDICT AND SAINT JOHN’S UNIVERSITY
Collegeville, Minnesota
A STUDY SUPPORTED BY A GRANT FROM THE LOUIS W. AND MAUD HILL FAMILY FOUNDATION
JULY 1968

Table of Contents

1. Proposal of CSB and SJU to the Louis W. and Maud Hill Family Foundation
2. Letter from A.A. Heckman, Executive Director of the Hill Family Foundation
3. Recommendations of the Panel of Educators
4. Position Paper of the Consultants based on information from the Co-Institutional Study Committee and Visits to the Campus
5. Review of the Work of the Co-Institutional Study Committee from October 1967 to June 7, 1968
6. Appendices
    A Synthesis of Meeting with Elmer Jagow
    B Colgate Report
    C Bellmarmine-Ursuline Colleges
    D Loyola University-Marymount
    E Claremont Colleges and California Colleges
    F University of California, Santa Cruz
    G Westminster College-William Woods College
    H One Co-Operative Venture: The College of Saint Benedict - Saint John's University, Academic Exchange Program (Article from the North Central News Bulletin, November, 1967)

INTRODUCTION

This Report is the result of eleven months of study on cooperation by the Co-Institutional Study Committee the administrators and faculties of the College of Saint -Benedict and Saint John's University. It contains the Position Paper of the Consultants engaged for the study and a Report of the Panel of Educators who reacted to the Position Paper of the Consultants. Much of the data used for the study has been synthesized and is not included in this Report in full except as it appears in the Position Paper of the Consultants.

The members of the Co-Institutional Study Committee are grateful to members of the Boards of Trustees, Associate Boards of Trustees, Administrative Councils faculty and students for the cooperation given during this period of study. Thanks are given to Sister Emmet Corcoran who acted as Recording Secretary for the Committee. To all others who worked with members of the Committee and who gave of their time ideas, interest, and support, gratitude is due.

Especially to the Louis W. and Maud Hill Family Foundation is extended the gratitude of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University for the support that made this study possible. Without the grant the impetus for developing the cooperative study could not have moved so rapidly.