Collection Guide for the Student Organization Resource Center Records Now Available

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Student government meeting, 1970s

NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center is happy to announce that the collection of North Carolina State University, Division of Student Affairs, Student Organization Resource Center Records has been fully organized and arranged, and a guide to the collection is now available to view online.

The records of the North Carolina State University Student Organization Resource Center contain forms completed by student organizations to register their organizations with the university, as well as constitutions, bylaws, correspondence, office records, and other administrative information about the organizations. Materials range in date from 1942 to 2009.

The North Carolina State University Student Organization Resource Center, now known as the James H. Woodward Student Involvement Center, exists to meet the needs of students who are interested in involvement on campus through organized groups. As a part of the Division of Student Affairs, one of the Student Involvement Center's main responsibilities is to advise students who start or participate in registered student organizations.  As of 2017, there are more than 700 registered student organizations at NC State, including Student Government and the Union Activities Board. The Center is located in the Talley Student Union.

Portions of this collection, most notably past constitutions for NC State student organizations, have been digitized and made available in the Libraries' Rare and Unique Digital Collections site.

Constitution of the Union and the University Student Center, 1973

To discover more information on Special Collections’ archival collections, please visit our Collections Guides to see descriptions of the collections, or browse through the Rare and Unique Digital Collections to view our digitized materials.