UA 016.200 Guide to the North Carolina State University, Division of Student Affairs Publications, 1889-2013

The contents of this records subgroup are arranged alphabetically. They are further organized alphabetically by the name of the publication and chronologically by the date of publication. The exceptions to this organizational method are duplicate copies of various types of materials, including Agromeck (yearbook), schedules of courses, and freshman bulletins. These duplicates have been placed at the end of the records subgroup. Also, please note that the responsibility for several publications has changed over time. In these cases, all responsible groups are listed, but the publication is arranged according to its current or most recent publisher at the time of processing (2006).
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[Oversize Flat Box 80, Folder 11]
[Carton 140]
VHS videocassette; color; sound
Copies of this VHS must be made prior to patron use.
[Box 111, Folder 3]
[Legal Box 135, Folder 2]
This commencement brochure was signed by Sam J. Ervin, Jr., the commencement speaker for that year.
[Legal Box 136, Folder 1]
[Oversize Flat Box 80, Folder 9]
[Legal Box 137, Folder 1]
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[Oversize Flat Box 80, Folder 1]
Includes Volume 1, Number 1 (February 1, 1920)
[Oversize Flat Box 80, Folder 10]
The issue of Touche concerns African Americans at NCSU.
[Oversize Flat Box 80, Folder 14]
[Oversize Flat Box 81, Folder 1]
Includes issues from visit of Ronald Reagan in 1985 and the newspaper's Seventy-fifth anniversary in 1995.


North Carolina State University. Division of Student Affairs.


91.65 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

100 archival boxes, 32 legal boxes, 10 cartons, 2 flat boxes, 1 half-box


For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.



Acquisitions Information

Transferred from the North Carolina State University Division of Student Affairs.


Processed by: Jennifer McElroy and Cate Putirskis; machine-readable finding aid created by: Jennifer McElroy and updated by Karen Paar, Cate Putirskis, and Todd Kosmerick, 2008-2013


2011-2013; 2014 August, <date calendar="gregorian" normal="2008-04" era="ce">2008-2013 </date><item>Finding aid updated to include additions to the collection by Cate Putirskis, Todd Kosmerick, and Cathy Dorin-Black.</item>

Scope and Content Note

The North Carolina State University Division of Student Affairs Publications contains various internal and external publications produced by the Division of Student Affairs and its committees, as well as by the division's member groups, programs, and organizations. This includes newsletters, magazines, bulletins, handbooks, course catalogs, and other publications related to university dining, student housing, admissions, registration, financial aid, religious affairs, multicultural affairs, the arts at NCSU, the Reserve Officer Training Corps, student health services, and international student affairs. Also included are student media publications such as the Agromeck (yearbook), Windhover, and Red and White. The materials are dated 1889 to 2013.

Please note that additional copies of some of the publications in this records subgroup are cataloged separately and available in either the library's general collection or the Special Collections Research Center's rare books collection. Please check the NCSU Library's online catalog for availablity.

Course catalogs and schedules of courses have been authored and printed under the auspices of various campus departments at different times. As such, materials not present in this subgroup can be found housed in UA 005.200.

Historical Note

Working under their longstanding motto of "Students First," the North Carolina State University Division of Student Affairs works to provide "programs and services for students and the larger community to enhance quality of life, facilitate intellectual, ethical and personal growth, and create a culture which engenders respect for human diversity." (quote taken from the Division of Student Affairs mission website) In this pursuit, the member groups and programs of the Division of Student Affairs, including student media organizations, have produced a number of internal and external publications.

Separated Material

Due to its size, Flat Box 56 is physically separated from the main body of the collection.

Controlled Terms

  1. African American college students--North Carolina--History
  2. College publications--North Carolina
  3. College student newspapers and periodicals--North Carolina
  4. College students--North Carolina--History
  5. College yearbooks--North Carolina
  6. North Carolina State University--History.
  7. North Carolina State University--Periodicals.
  8. North Carolina State University--Students--Periodicals.
  9. North Carolina State University. African American Student Affairs--Periodicals.
  10. North Carolina State University. Counseling Center--Periodicals.
  11. North Carolina State University. Dept. of Admissions--Periodicals.
  12. North Carolina State University. Gallery of Art and Design.
  13. North Carolina State University. Housing and Residence Life.
  14. North Carolina State University. Multicultural Student Affairs.
  15. North Carolina State University. Registration and Records--Periodicals.
  16. North Carolina State University. Reserve Officer Training Corps--Periodicals.
  17. North Carolina State University. Scholarships and Financial Aid--Periodicals.
  18. North Carolina State University. Student Health Service.
  19. North Carolina State University. Student Publication Board.
  20. North Carolina State University. University Dining.
  21. Student housing--North Carolina--History
  22. Universities and colleges--North Carolina--Admission

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