RG/RG12. Student Organizations
This Record Group contains materials that pertain to student organizations on campus. There are nearly three hundred groups ranging from the historic and earliest organizations such as Philanthropic and Eumenean Societies to the Ugly Club to fraternities, Black Professional Development Working Group, to Mental Health Ambassadors, and Young Americans for Freedom. Examples of records are constitutions and bylaws, agendas, photographs, and promotional materials.
Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains the OCF constitution, applications for funding, a Student Organization Charter Application, publicity materials, and materials from church visits and outings.
Scope and Contents The collection of Pandeinic Society records is small. There are minutes from 1921-1925. These contain information about the founding members of the society, about political aspects, orations, and debates. There is a credit book with information from 1919-1926 which lists members names and their activities related to the society, such as debates, orations, and essays. [When the society was founded, it was agreed that credits that had been earned by Eumenean Society members could be transferred...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of copies of by-laws and proposed revisions, membership lists, correspondence concerning chapter meetings and the 50th anniversary celebration in 1973, and publicity materials. The collection also contains all programs printed and used between 1962 and 1994. Copies of Speeches made at Phi Beta Kappa meetings by Dr. O.C. Carmichael, Robert F. Davidson, Barnaby C. Keeney, W. Brown Patterson and Ralph W. Pfouts are also found here.
Scope and Contents The collection contains meeting minutes from 1973-1977 and 1982-1984. There are newsletters from 1975-1978. The printed material consists of "The Javelin," (1931-1968) published by the fraternity and also known as the "Phi News." The May, 1948 issue is oversized and is housed separately. There are also rush publicationsfrom 1953-1969. In addition, there are party invitations and articles about the fraternity form various sources in the general file.
Scope and Contents The collection contains historical information, which includes brief historical sketches of the fraternity and information about its recolonization. There is information about the Bachelor's Club, including a list of the original officers and information concerning its joining Phi Gamma Delta. There are copies of the constitution and bylaws. The meeting minutes date from 1924-1925, 1947-1948, 1963-1964, 1973-1979, and 1985-1988 and discuss pledges, initiation, ceremonies, election of...
Scope and Contents The records consist of the original petition booklet; the charter certificate; correspondence, 1954-1969; membership rosters, 1954-1957; a pledge manual, 1961, programs from events sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha, 1940-1962,and printed material including copies from the national fraternity journal and news clippings. There also is information on the Interfraternity Sing from 1955-1959 that was sponsored by the fraternity. The correspondence includes letters written by Donald Plott during his term...
Scope and Contents The collection contains constitutions, minutes, president's manuals, treasurer's records, membership books, class and roll books, committee reports and minutes, credit books, officer reports and notebooks, papers, addresses, and library records. There are five versions of the constitution, ranging in date from 1837 to 1914. The 1837 constitution is written in the same book as the minutes from 1837, and this book is housed with the minutes. The minutes are from 1837-1928, 1933-1935, and...