Municipal University of Omaha. College of Adult Education
The Municipal University of Omaha College of Adult Education (CAE, 1952/1953-1965/1966) provided educational opportunities to the adult population of omaha. Among other programs, CAE broadcast lessons on KMTV as part of the successful and long-running Television Classroom program. The college began in or before 1932/1933 as the Municipal University of Omaha Extension Division (circa 1932/1933-1937/1938), grew into the School of Adult Education (1938/1939-1951/1952), was upgraded to the College of Adult Education (CAE, 1952/1953-1965/1966), and then became the College of Continuing Studies (CCS, 1966/1967-2002/2003). In 2000, budget cuts forced UNO to cut CCS programs and staff, and then in 2003, CCS was subsumed into the College of Public Affairs and Community Service and downgraded to the Division of Continuing Studies.
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Scope and Contents The UNO College of Continuing Studies Records comprise the files of the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Continuing Studies (CCS), covering the period from 1932 until 2003. The collection includes the College of Adult Education (CAE) annual volumes (essentially scrapbooks containing course catalogs, programs, mailers, correspondence, newsletters, and other ephemera) (1947/1948-1966/1967); CAE dean's annual reports (1951-1959); CAE annual report materials (similar to the annual...