Office of University Life records, 1970-1999

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Summary

Creator:
Duke University. Office of University Life
Abstract:
The Office of University Life was created in the 1993 reorganization of the Division of Student Affairs and is responsible for cultural programming and scheduling of cultural facilities. It is also responsible for the oversight and advising of student organizations, including student government and the University Union. It was previously known as the Office of Cultural Affairs. This collection includes files on events, correspondence, memoranda and files created by Associate Dean of University Life, Richard Cox. The collection also contains files associated with the Greek Life Task Force, 1993-1994, which was established by the Student Affairs Board of Trustees Committee to examine the interaction between greek organizations and student life at Duke.
Extent:
3.5 Linear Feet
Language:
Materials in English
Collection ID:
UA.09.08.0003
University Archives Record Group:
09 -- Student Affairs
09 -- Student Affairs > 08 -- The Center for Multicultural Affairs

Background

Scope and content:

This collection includes files on events, correspondence, memoranda and files created by Associate Dean of University Life, Richard Cox. The collection also contains files associated with the Greek Life Task Force, 1993-1994, which was established by the Student Affairs Board of Trustees Committee to examine the interaction between greek organizations and student life at Duke.

Biographical / historical:

The Office of University Life was created in the 1993 reorganization of the Division of Student Affairs and is responsible for cultural programming and scheduling of cultural facilities. It is also responsible for the oversight and advising of student organizations, including student government and the University Union. It was previously known as the Office of Cultural Affairs.

Acquisition information:
The Office of University Life records were received by the University Archives as a transfer in July, 1995; March, 1996; July, 1996.
Processing information:

Processed by: Matthew Schaefer, January, 2014.

Accessions described in this finding aid: 95-67, 96-32, 96-70.

Rules or conventions:
Describing Archives: A Content Standard

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Names:
Duke University -- Administration
Duke University--Students--Social life and customs
Duke University. Office of Cultural Affairs
Duke University. Board of Trustees
Duke University. Greek Life Task Force
Cox, Richard

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Access restricted. Collection includes materials from the Duke University Board of Trustees. Records of the University's Board of Trustees which have been in existence for at least fifty years are available for scholarly research with the permission of the University Archivist. Access to records which have been in existence for less than fifty years shall be granted only by special permission, in writing, from the Board of Trustees. Contact Research Services for more information.

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Preferred citation:

[Identification of item], Office of University Life records, University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.