Florida State University--Students
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Includes reports and surveys provided by the Florida State College for Women to various accreditation, educational, and government agencies from 1911 to 1941.
The collection of Florida State University Activities Calendars includes issues published from 1956-1976 and several undated items. There are gaps in the collection in the early 1960s and after 1976. The calendars document campus activities such as athletic events; class picnics; cultural activities, such as concerts, plays, and motion pictures; fraternity and sorority events, orientations, student elections; and student exhibits.
The Florida State University Melvene Draheim Hardee Center for Women in Higher Education Collection documents the founding and growth of the Center as well as Dr. Hardee's professional activities with the Center.
The FSU Senior Class Gift Files include articles, correspondence, lists, pamphlets, photographs, and press releases documenting the history of annual and 50th anniversary gifts given by its senior classes. There is much information about the 1994 Senior Class Gift of a clock for the University Center's Tower, the Westcott Brick Project, and the Louise Richardson Memorial Fountain Project, and a reproduction of a panoramic photo, with negatives, of the Class of 1912.
The Florida State University Student Government Association (SGA) Records contain materials documenting the Student Government Association's activities. Materials include appointment records, memos, meeting minutes and agendas, invitations, and other records documenting the operations and activities of the association, its executive and legislative officers, student clubs, agencies, and committees.
This collection consists of speeches and addresses written by Dr. Strozier while employed as the Dean of Students at the University of Chicago and as the President of Florida State University. Also this collection contains memorabilia from Dr. Strozier's Inauguration ceremony at Florida State University.