4 collections related to African American college students -- North Carolina

North Carolina State University. Office of the Chancellor
Size: 80.25 linear feet (155 boxes, 3 half boxes, 2 flat folders) Collection ID: UA 002.001.004
The records of John Tyler Caldwell’s administration in the Office of the Chancellor at North Carolina State College (later, University) include correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, minutes, and other administrative papers. Topics include capital improvements, the building of Carter (later Carter-Finley) Stadium, the name ... More
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North Carolina State University. Office for Equal Opportunity and Equity
Size: 55.25 linear feet (110 archival boxes, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: UA 005.009
The Office for Equal Opportunity and Equity Records contain correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, reports, publications, and other material related to the administrative functions of the Affirmative Action Office (later the Office for Equal Opportunity and Equity). The bulk of the material involves efforts by North Carolina ... 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
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North Carolina State University
Size: 29.2 linear feet (14 legal boxes, 2 boxes, 2 flat boxes, 4 flat folders,) Collection ID: UA 021.001
Materials include forms, brochures, clippings, awards, programs, meeting minutes, publications, and correspondence from various North Carolina State University campus organizations. These records highlight numerous student, faculty, and staff interests and concerns related to campus life, national issues, and world affairs. Notable ... More