Student Affairs Records
Dean of Students
A small archive of historically significant official papers of Thomas Dula, who was Dean of Students at Asheville-Biltmore College, and its successor, the University of North Carolina Asheville, between 1966 and 1971. Materials from 1974 to 1980, when Dr. Dula served as director of administration and assistant to the chancellor, are not included.
Historically significant official papers of the student government at The University of North Carolina Asheville, and its predecessor, Asheville-Biltmore College. A large part of the archive is legislation and minutes of the student senate. See also UA 5.2.4
A small archive of historically significant official papers of the Eta Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa fraternity which was established at Asheville-Biltmore College in May 1950. The Eta Sigma chapter discontinued when Asheville-Biltmore became a four year college.
Scrapbooks, photographs and realia from the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity
Additional papers of the student government at UNC Asheville. It is a continuation of materials in UA5.2.1, and although there is a slight overlap in dates between that collection and this, there is not a duplication of content.
Contains documents originating from Hillel, and commercially produced pamphlets explaining Jewish culture and traditions
Other Student Organizations
The United Campus Ministry for the University of North Carolina Asheville was incorporated in December 1984 as an ecumenical, interfaith organization, with board members drawn from many faiths in the Asheville religious community.
A student-funded student-run department seeking to engage students, faculty, staff, and the Asheville community, in environmental issues.
Student Affairs Departments and Programs
Materials related to student orientation programs at UNC Asheville. Includes materials for student workers, publicity materials and videos, scrapbook, and digital images of events.
Materials related to operations of the Highsmith Student Union. These include staff development materials and job descriptions, documents related to student radio stations, as well as those covering the Highsmith Building such as floor plans, and equipment and furniture layouts.
Materials received from the Key Center, primarily photographs of students participating in Bulldog Days, and ACT, and documents describing the impact of the Center