4 collections related to Affirmative action programs -- North Carolina

Size: 1 linear foot Collection ID: UA 012.061
Records relating to Libraries' compliance with federal affirmative action mandate in the 1970s. North Carolina State University filed its first Affirmative Action plan with the United States government in 1974, establishing efforts to increase female and minority student enrollment, and working on standards affecting female and minority faculty and staff at the University.
North Carolina State University. Department of Athletics
Size: 17 linear feet (10 boxes, 1 half box, 1 flat box, 7 cartons) Collection ID: UA 015.001
This subgroup includes correspondence, reports, personnel files, and news clippings from the North Carolina State University Director of Athletics. Subjects include individual sports such as football, basketball, track and field, and wrestling, as well as the building and renovation of Carter-Finley Stadium. Award certificates and ... More
North Carolina State University. College of Design
Size: 1 linear foot (2 boxes) Collection ID: UA 110.009
Correspondence, reports, and workshop information relating to Affirmative Action Title IX laws. The College of Design offers comprehensive study in architecture, landscape architecture, art and design, graphic design and industrial design. The College of Design admits students through a selective process that ensures a highly ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of Diversity and African American Affairs
Size: 12 linear feet (24 archival boxes); 0.014 Megabytes Collection ID: UA 005.014
This collection is comprised of correspondence, surveys, and reports related to discrimination and African American issues. It also includes information on the African American Cultural Center. This office of African American Affairs worked in cooperation with the Affirmative Action Office. In 1990 North Carolina State University ... More