4 collections related to North Carolina State University -- Administration

Filters: 1870-18791960-1969North Carolina State CollegeNorth Carolina State University. Office of University Advancement
North Carolina State University. Office of University Advancement
Size: 2 linear feet (4 archival boxes) Collection ID: UA 008.002
Includes the annual reports of the Development Council, the 4-H Development Fund, the Pulp and Paper Foundation, and the Textile Foundation. The Office of University Advancement "supports the operation of Alumni Relations, University Development, Public Affairs, and other units involved with the external mission of NC State." The ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of University Advancement
Size: 1.2 linear feet (2 archival boxes, 1 archival flat box); 836 megabytes Collection ID: UA 008.200
The North Carolina State University, Office of University Advancement Publications contain newsletters, brochures, and programs relating to various fundraising campaigns. Examples include the Lifetime Giving Society and the Century II Campaign. Materials range in date from 1942 to 2002. The Office of University Advancement ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of University Advancement
Size: 101.25 linear feet (67 cartons, 1 half box, 1 box) Collection ID: UA 008.003
The North Carolina State University, Office of University Advancement, Foundation Records include correspondence, publications, minutes, audits related to foundations, and documents about fundraising and public relations. The collection contains files of the Agricultural Foundation, the Architectural Foundation, the College ... More
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Size: 20 linear feet (12 cartons, 1 oversized flat box, 2 archival boxes) Collection ID: UA 008.001
This collection contains files on boards, councils, committees, and foundations; meeting activities; scholarships; and other funding overseen by the Vice Chancellor's office, as well as files on alumni who made contributions to various funds, and administrative files kept by a number of past Vice Chancellors. The files in the first ... More