In the Registrar’s office, we have what’s called the “vault”.
Utah State University Case Study

Utah State University is a large academic institution made up of nine campuses and 23 education centers in a state system that supports over 25,000 students.

“In the Registrar’s office, we have what’s called the vault. It’s a room in the back where we have shelves and shelves of binders full of paper forms that used to be used for approval processes,” explains Erik Thalman, Catalog Editor in the Registrar’s Office.

The vault, a room that looks like it was built in the 30’s, perfectly illustrates how the curriculum proposal process existed for decades at Utah State University. The vault also serves as a reflection of the technology that was available at the time. Paper processes, manual tracking, lost forms, duplicate entry, delayed curriculum requests, and extra steps in already long workflows were a necessity before Utah State University modernized processes within the Office of the Registrar and Academic Affairs. Learn what they did to the "vault".

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