With the recent increase in private universities being closed due to a decrease in the number of students, the importance of records management at schools is also increasing. However, the guidelines for records management at closed private universities are ambiguous, causing confusion in the transfer of records and management. Therefore, this study conducted a literature survey on university records and institutions, and examined the current status of private universities in schools through education statistics services. Among the surveyed private universities, the latest to be closed, and the largest of them was Suh Nam University, which looked at the detailed records management status of private schools. The purpose of the interview was to analyze the results of the interview and draw up implications and propose improvement measures. First, the proposed improvement plan in this study is to make it mandatory to deploy records management specialists at private universities for specialized records management. Second, the law should be revised to improve the ambiguity of private universities' guidelines. Third, continuous support from higher institutions should be ensured so that records management at closed private universities is not passive. This improvement will enable records management at closed private universities to be carried out efficiently when the future closure of private universities is carried out.
Supported by : 전북대학교, 한국연구재단