UA/ADMIN. Administrative offices and functions
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Includes materials documenting the construction, dedication, and renovation of Saperstein Jewish Center; purchase of the Torah Scroll; activities of the Colgate Jewish Union; and activities of general interfaith life at Colgate.
The Dean of the College records consist mostly of administrative documents related to student life outside of academics at Colgate University. They cover topics such as student government, discipline, admissions, advising, residential life, Greek life, campus activism, and extracurricular activities.
This collection contains minutes of faculty meetings at Colgate University, previously known as Madison University and Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution. The bound volumes also include related documents such as reports, memoranda, faculty directories, and faculty handbooks.
This is an artificial collection containing documents created by seven of the thirteen founders of Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution (later Colgate University). It includes correspondence, deeds, Robert Powell's autobiography, and Elisha Payne's will. Also included is a letter from Orrin B. Judd, an 1841 graduate of the institution.
The Colgate University Information Technology Services (ITS) records contains mostly newsletters, which provide insight in to the changing role of technology on campus since the early 1980s, as well as a few articles and administrative documents.
The Office of Institutional Advancement records contain files on individual donors, regional groups, and general fund raising campaigns at Colgate University, along with annual development reports.
The LGBTQ Initiatives Office records consists of several folders of event posters, fliers, and programs from the late 1990s to the early 2010s. Also included are a smaller number of clippings, administrative documents, and certificates.
This collection includes meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, faculty committee records, and other administrative material. Subjects covered include academics and curricular changes, campus planning and finances, admissions, off-campus study, and experiences of Colgate faculty. Also included is a smaller amount of material addressing student demonstrations, discrimination, disciplinary issues, and fraternities.
The Vice President for Administrative Service records contain correspondence, meeting minutes, and other long and short term planning documents. Most relate to the physical campus at Colgate University.