Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-016)
Donald Goodrich recalls his twenty-two year career at Suffolk University, which began in 1947 when he was hired as the university registrar; he was appointed dean of the colleges in 1956, then university vice president in 1966, before his retirement in 1969. Goodrich discusses his professional background, working with Dean Lester Ott, and his role in the admissions and enrollment processes. He also describes how Suffolk changed from his first days there and remarks upon the administrative transitions after the retirement of university founder Gleason Archer.
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Goodrich, Donald and Robbins, David L., "Oral History Interview of Donald Goodrich (SOH-016)" (1979). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 13.