4 collections related to North Carolina State University -- Administration

Filters: 1960-19691920-1929North Carolina State University. Office of Finance and Business
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North Carolina State University. Foundations Accounting and Investment Department
Size: 21 linear feet (14 cartons) Collection ID: UA 003.081
Collection contains bound volumes of correspondence, deposit slips, bank statements, transfer forms, common funds statements, audit reports, accounting summary reports on NCSU Foundations. The Foundations Accounting & Investments department reports to the Treasurer's Office and is responsible for accounting, budgeting, financial ... More
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North Carolina State University. Department of Design and Construction Services
Size: 95.25 linear feet (56 cartons, 6 flat folders, 2 flatboxes) Collection ID: UA 003.004
The records of the North Carolina State University Design and Construction Services Department contain correspondence, plans, drawings, and other documentation related to the construction, renovation, and repair of buildings and other structures on the North Carolina State University campus. In 1960 North Carolina State University ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of Finance and Business, North Carolina State University. Office of Finance and Administration
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 half archival box) Collection ID: UA 003.042
Contains memoranda, rules, regulations, and brochures relating to the purchasing process at North Carolina State University from 1964 to 1994. The Purchasing Department provides assistance involving the purchasing activities of the University. This includes help with all purchasing functions in the financial system, plus training and ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of Finance and Business
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 003.041
Contains a stock list for July 1, 1965, a list of electronic items in stock as of June 6, 1966, various flyers, and a catalog of services and supplies fron NCSU Central Stores. Central Stores is the N.C. State University office assigned the responsibility for the disposal of obsolete and surplus property on campus. This function is carried out by the Campus Surplus section of Central Stores.