Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains correspondence, reports presented to the Council, various drafts of reports created by its sub-committees, and the final All-University Council report that was presented to Colgate's Board of Trustees.
This collection contains a 2013 Campus Master Plan as well as the meeting minutes for the Commission on Campus Planning for winter of 1975. The minutes are brief in content and address filling vacancies and assessing space needs.
This collection contains photos of the hospital both during and after construction. There is also information on the threat of closure in 1977 and the intital efforts to get a hospital for the community in the 1940's. There is also a wide range of articles on the hospital in the collection. For more information about Community Memorial Hospital go to www.communitymemorial.org/about-cmh
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.
The Graduate Studies Committee records document the committee's work to set up the requirements needed to complete a graduate program at Colgate University, define the purpose and scope of the program, set admissions criteria, and address aplicants' inquiries on programs, departments, and requirements for a degree.
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 consists of reports to the Middles States Association submitted from 1954 and approximately every 10 years after. Also included are draft reports, steering committee minutes, and suplementary materials for the self-study process for accreditation.
Details concerning the migrant workers that came to Hamilton to pick vegetables during the summer, particularly regarding the education of their children. Includes maps and details of the individual camps.
Records kept by Karen Leach, former Chief Information Officer and Chair of the Patriot League Policy Committee.