Brief history: The Board of Trustees is the oldest part of the University, having been established by Johns Hopkins on August 24, 1867, when he filed a certificate of incorporation for “The Johns Hopkins University” and named the first 12 trustees.
Related Retention Schedules:
|Series||Applicability/Use||Retention Period||Disposition||Schedule Status||Approval Date|
|Calendar||Master calendar listing when Board and committee meetings are scheduled||Only as needed for business purposes||Destroy when no longer needed for business purposes||Draft|
|Correspondence||Includes email sent from the Secretary and the Chairman of the Board to the entire Board, as well as individual members and others regarding substantive business only.||Permanent||Transfer to archives when no longer in active business use||Draft|
|Official Website||Does not include members-only portions of the site||Permanent||Archives to capture copies at least annually||Draft|