UA. Colorado State University Archives
Found in 214 Collections and/or Records:
Sigma Xi, established in 1886, is the international honor society of science and engineering and has over 500 chapters at colleges and universities, industrial research centers, and government laboratories. The Colorado State University Chapter of the Society of Sigma Xi was chartered in 1953. The collection contains memos, correspondence, membership lists, and event information for the CSU chapter, as well as general histories for the Society of Sigma Xi.
Housing and Dining Services at Colorado State University provides and organizes services to students who are living in the residence halls or who purchase meal plans. The records pertain to housing facilities, dining facilities, and related programs, and include photographs, slides, budgets, and reports.
The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity was established at Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University) in 1922 and was disbanded in 2001. The collection consists of materials related to the fraternity, including photocopies of manuals, meeting minutes, a chorus book, historical materials, Greek Council material, photocopies of applications, a scrapbook, newsletters, 2 oversize photographs of fraternity members, and t-shirts.
The Records of Professional and Academic Organizations consists primarily of records from the Colorado State University Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Records from the Colorado Library Association and the Faculty Women's Caucus are included as well. Two speech transcripts by William E. Morgan and Milton S. Eisenhower are also included.
Colorado State University's Project GO emphasis was on recruitment and retention of minority and low-income students. Implemented during the 1968-1969 academic year, the program transitioned to individual ethnic student groups in the mid to late 1970s. Materials include meeting summaries, memos, program information, and policies.
The Records of Review and Redirection consists of material pertaining to a review of Colorado State University's state funded academic, support, and administrative programs initiated by President Ralph E. Christofferson during his tenure and ceased following his resignation. The collection consists of program reviews and documents at the end of Adrian R. Chamberlain's presidency and during Christofferson's term.
Extra-curricular student activities on the campus of Colorado State University first began in November 1879 with the establishment of the Philosophian Literary Society. The Records of Student Activities documents various groups and activities pertaining to student life at CSU, including social clubs, fraternities and sororities, and academic clubs. Materials include constitutions and bylaws, membership information, correspondence, and photographs.
The Records of the Academic Vice President/Provost contains documents related to the academic administration of Colorado State University. Materials include department program reviews and strategic plans, as well as correspondence, budgetary information, and planning documents for academic programs and enrollment. Restricted personnel files are also present.
The Records of the Administrative Management Society contains materials from the Colorado State University chapter, its senior chapter in Denver, and the national Administrative Management Society (AMS) organization. Materials include the chapter charter and constitution, financial records, membership materials, correspondence between the three branches, scrapbooks, photographs, slides, and ephemera.