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Record Group: 1 C
Record Sub-Group: 24
Records Title: UMC; Administration; Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Administrative Records
Dates: 1916-2007, bulk 1970-2000
Volume: 210 and 1/3 cubic feet, 262.92 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This Sub-Group contains records of the University of Missouri-Columbia Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs as well as the campus units under its administrative control. Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence, student organization reports, intramural records, annual reports, administrative proposals, committee meeting minutes, financial reports, operating budget materials, student conduct files, enrollment data, tuition appeals, student tuition refund records, employee relations records, annual reports, residence appeals, Residential Life training files, Summer Welcome materials, the Chancellor's Leadership Class records, Big-8 Directors Conference records, photographs and photographic negatives, posters, blueprints, Office of Student Development files, student health reports, appropriations requests, traffic appeals, feasibility studies, Board of Curators recommendations, position search records, Missouri Student Association records, surveys and questionnaires, space needs assessments, exit interviews, Fulbright Scholars Program records, Inroad Program records, construction project files, and General Stores printed and duplicated materials.

Series Descriptions:

Series 1 - C:1/25/1 (A83-86; A84-2; A85-82; A95-106)
This Series contains administrative records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1916-1978). Included in this Series are correspondence, student conduct records, residence appeals, Missouri Student Association records, administrative reports, budgetary records, copies of Board of Curators papers, tuition appeals, enrollment data, and meeting minutes. Topics in this Series include student organizations, financial aid, need for a resident gynecologist (from the Association of Women Students), the Advocacy Program, admission requirements, organizational budgets, tuition and fee structure, civil rights compliance, the Housing Office, Open House, intervisitation (coed), surveys and questionnaires, drug usage, the Women's Center, materials relating to a contemporary "scandal at Read Hall," student conduct codes, racism in the Greek system, Affirmative Action, the Center for Student Life, confidentiality of student records, Counseling Services, programs for the "handicapped," and student unrest.
(19 c.f., 073771, 073769, 073768, 073767, 073766, 073765, 033872, 073853, 073854, 073981, 016748, 073983, 016747, 016744, 073985, 016745, 032464, 032465, 032466)
Note to Researcher: Series 1 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. For student organization financial reports, see Record Group 1 C, Sub-Group 37.

Series 2 - C:1/25/3 (A87-48)
This Series contains administrative records of the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1981-1986). Included in this Series are materials relating to student refunds, employee relations, equal opportunity regulations, affirmative action, and the Coordinating Board for Higher Education.
(1 c.f., 015524)

Series 3 - C:1/25/4 (A85-89)
This Series contains annual reports of departments and extra-divisional departments administratively associated with the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1950-1977). Included in this Series are annual reports of the MU Reserve Officer Training Corps, the Division of Continuing Education, Student Health Services, Ellis Library, the University Testing and Counseling Service, the Admissions Office, the Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges, the Dean of Students, the Graduate School, the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, the School of Law, the School of Veterinary Medicine, Forensics Programs, the College of Arts and Science, Interscholastic Events, the School of Business and Public Administration, and the Committee on Assembly Lectures.
(2 c.f., 031550, 031551)
Note to Researcher: Series 3 does not contain a complete collection of the annual reports for all of the departments and divisions listed.

Series 4 - C:1/25/7 (A96-36; A97-14)
This Series contains records received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (ca. 1961-1991). Included in this Series are Residential Life administrative and training files and a copy of the 1984 Residential Life annual report. Topics include establishment of coeducational residential halls, alternative lifestyles, Open House program, opposite sex visitation privileges, student attitude surveys, residential housing staff selection, staff orientation and training, and staff recognition and awards.
(1 1/3 c.f.: 1 c.f., 020821; 1/3 c.f., 119, 2)
Note to Researcher: Series 4 contains records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 5 - C:1/25/NP (A91-32; A01-54)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1978-1995). Included in this Series are correspondence and "General Subject Files." Subjects in the Series include the Intercollegiate Athletics Department, alcohol use surveys, professional conferences, grants and aid, Gentry Hall, space needs assessments, the Special Olympics, volunteer staff, student fee capital improvements grievance cases, Developmental Unit year-end reports, National Merit Scholars, needs and attitude assessments, the Hinkson Creek Recreation Facility, Residential Life, United Way fund drives, and general operating budgets and allocations. This Series also contains a copy of the 1990-1991 Annual Report and records on Program Improvements and Reorganization, University Long-Range Planning and Reorganization (1985-1988), student deaths (1983-1989), Student Health Advisory Council and Steering Committee (1989-1991), The Graduate & Professional Council Constitution, (1985), Fraternity creation and discipline (1991-1992), the African American Task Force (1994), and the Black Culture Center (1978-1994).
(16 c.f., 006901, 006903, 006911, 006912, 000336, 001956, 006902, 006905, 006906, 021832, 070790, 070791, 014135, 016050, 014134, 112929 )
Note to Researcher: Series 5 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. Series 5 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 6 - C:1/25/NP (A92-22)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1986). Included in this Series are Provost and Board of Curators recommendations in regard to measles, and "Profile Series Reports," concerning information and opinions. Also included in this Series are miscellaneous files of the Vice Chancellor's Office.
(2 c.f., 007391, 019442)
Note to Researcher: Series 6 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 7 - C:1/25/NP (A93-28)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1987). Included in this Series are records concerning relations with MU schools and colleges, staff development, international students, Residential Life, and the position search for Dean of the College of Engineering.
(1 c.f., 007332)
Note to Researcher: Series 7 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. Series 7 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 8 - C:1/25/NP (A93-31)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1987). Included in this Series are correspondence files and materials pertaining to relations with the American Council on Education.
(2 c.f., 019436, 019441)
Note to Researcher: Series 8 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. Series 8 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 9 - C:1/25/NP (A94-93)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1982-1988). Included in this Series are general office working files, miscellaneous departmental files, staff meeting minutes, "Student Outcomes" and exit interviews, budget materials, and general presentation files.
(7 c.f., 001316, 001628, 001659, 002230, 007333, 019445, 043999)
Note to Researcher: Series 9 contains some records that are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. Series 9 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 10 - C:1/25/NP (A95-49)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1975-1989). Included in this Series are correspondence, appropriations requests, budget materials, "Student Fee Task Force 84" records, traffic appeals, "AIDS 88" records, student health reports, Student Fee Capital Improvements Committee proposals, Capital Improvements Committee records, and feasibility study materials.
(12 c.f., 023214, 023474, 023476, 023477, 023478, 023479, 023480, 023481, 023482, 023483, 023484, 023485)
Note to Researcher: Series 10 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 11 - C:1/25/NP (A96-31)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1990). Included in this Series are materials pertaining to the Fulbright Scholars program, the Chancellor's Leadership Class, the exit interview system, Memorial Union, and general budget concerns.
(4 c.f., 007334, 009190, 044000, 044001)
Note to Researcher: Series 11 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 12 - C:1/25/NP (A97-50)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1990-1991). Included in this Series are correspondence files and other records pertaining to the UMC Office of Student Development.
(4 c.f., 046670, 046678, 046679, 046681)
Note to Researcher: Series 12 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Former Series #13 C:1/25/16
UMC; Administration; Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Summer Welcome and New Student Orientation
This Series has been enlarged to a full inventory.
Please follow this link to reach the inventory. This Series contains records of summer welcome and new student orientation (1943-2001).

Series 14 - C:1/25/NP (A98-26)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1992). Included in this Series are records relating to the activities of the UMC Physical Facilities Committee, particularly the process of selecting that committee's general officers.
(1 c.f., 031261)
Note to Researcher: Series 14 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Former Series #15 C:1/25/8
UMC; Administration; Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Minority Student Program Records
This Series has been enlarged to a full inventory.
Please follow this link to reach the inventory. This Series contains records of the Black Culture Center (1993-1998).

Series 16. - C:1/25/NP (A97-102)
This Series has been reclassified to
C:0/46/30, Record Group O C, Sub-Group 12, Series 24 and relocated.

Former Series #17 C:1/25/10
UMC; Administration; Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Memorial Union and Brady Commons Administrative Files
This Series has been enlarged to a full inventory. Please follow this link to reach the inventory. This Series contains administrative records of Memorial Union and Brady Commons (1991-1996).

Series 18 - C:1/25/NP (A99-84)
This Series contains records of the UMC Office of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1973-1996). Included in this Series are project and administrative records generated by Recreational Services.
(3 c.f., 114827, 114828, 114829)
Note to Researcher: Series 18 is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 19 - C:1/25/9 (A00-36; A00-82)
This Series contains records of intramural sports at the University of Missouri-Columbia (1904, 1926-1999). Included in this Series are statistics, rosters, informational brochures, pamphlets, handbooks, budget records, reports, and correspondence.
(12 c.f., 118112, 118113, 118114, 118115, 118116, 115804, 115805, 115806, 115807, 115808, 115809, 115810)
Note to Researcher: Series 19 may contain restricted information. See the Restrictions Note at the end of the finding aid.

Series 20 - C:1/25/21 (A00-109)
This Series contains construction project files generated by Student Recreation Services (1994-1997). Included in the files of this Series are blueprints, drawings, bids, requests for proposals, proposals, and design and construction presentation documents as well as photographs and correspondence concerning the dedication of Stankowski field. The bulk of the documents relate to Stankowski Field but also include a Blair/Bingham project and the Rothwell Gymnasium Windows project.
(1 c.f., 042747; Roll 616
TU)
Note to Archivist: This Series was changed from C:1/25/NP to C:1/25/21 in December 2004.

Series 21 - C:1/25/11 (A00-53; A01-53)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1978-1997). Most of the records within this Series were created or received by Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Charles Schroeder. Included in this Series are correspondence, construction project bids, photographs of campus facilities, plans for facilities improvements, grant records, crime summaries, annual reports, newsletters, counseling service records, personnel files, committee meeting records, grade point statistics, alcohol use survey results, UMC housing rules, activity reports, and Student Affairs Division Directors' monthly and quarterly reports. Additionally included in the Series are operating manuals, brochures, needs analysis reports, budget materials, student disciplinary files, student publications, traffic and parking records, traffic ticket appeals, UMC Police Department reports, self-evaluations, facilities floor plans, information technologies proposals, audit records, organizational charts, design reports, opinion survey results, impact studies, room and board rates, Student Council handbooks, UM-System Organization and Management Review reports, and records on the Brady Commons Expansion project (1978-1989).
(47 c.f.,
follow this link for box locations and a box-level preliminary inventory of Series 21.
Note to Researcher: Series 21 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the Restrictions Note at the end of the finding aid.

Series 22 - C:1/25/NP (A01-55; A01-56)
This Series consists of correspondence and records created by the Directors of the various programs and departments that report to the University of Missouri-Columbia Office of Student Affairs (1993-1995, with gaps).
(5 c.f., 006598, 070792, 102427, 102429, 109781)

Series 23 - C:1/25/12 (A02-37)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1990-1996). This Series includes correspondence, reports, planning documents, reviews, guidelines, proposals, projects, surveys, and studies concerning the following topics: commencement, soda bid, recruitment, ACT (American College Test) database, Information Technology planning, Missouri Unions, SLI listserv, Minority Affairs committee, MU Placement committee, ACPA (American College Personnel Association) student learning project, retention of African-American students, University of Washington FIG (Freshman Interest Group) program, Fessell International, Chancellor's staff retreat, freshman retention program, Student Affairs committee of the Faculty Council, minority visitation program, Memorial Union reservation computing system, NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators) conference, Undergraduate Education committee, Dance committee, Campus Placement Services Task Force, team-centered performance, TQM (Total Quality Management), MU to the Future, SOGA (Student Organizations, Government and Activities), Chancellor's management initiatives, Governor's leadership forum and prayer breakfast, use of Chancellor's residence, Mizzou Telecom connections, Reynolds Alumni Center, public relations, Curtin Company proposal, Higher and Adult Education and Foundation, freshman legislative tour, multimedia instruction, Student Affairs SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis, undergraduate research mentorship program, student government leaders, Student Affairs staff survey, in-hall fitness centers, student opinion survey, Occupational Therapy learning community discussion, Steering committee, North Central Association (NCA) self-study report, hate literature, Latter-day Saints, multicultural coalition, employment protocol, Faculty Council Resolution in Social Fraternities and Sororities, hate crimes, USDoJ (United States Department of Justice), race relations, and Bid Day Bash. Also, some of the materials concern the following people: Georgeanne Porter, Gary Smith, Candy Whittet, Jeff Zeilenga, Bonita Butner, Tom Corti, President Russell, Robert Thompson, Janis VanBuren, Missouri alumnus, Bill Plummer, Mort Weir, Rhona Williams, Chancellor and Chancellor's staff, Christine Winfield, Theo Hunter, George Hudspeth of Student Development, and Richard Johnson.
(4 c.f., 006624, 007196, 007247, 007248)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.

Series 24 - C:1/25/13 (A02-38)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1995-1997). This Series includes the correspondence and subject files of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Charles Schroeder. Topics in this Series include: Service Champions Workshop, Xerox Quality Symposium, Missouri Chief Student Affairs Officer, focus groups, campus diversity, International Studies, student health fee, deferred admissions procedure, WWW Learning Center, student concerns, Summer Welcome 1995, Affirmative Action, recruitment and retention, financial aid, enrollment, Pike reports, Board of Curators agenda, UM Long Range Plan, Show Me State Games, Kemper awards, MU Alumni Association, deans meetings, Master and Ph.D. in Higher and Adult Education, Mizzou Enrichment Program, building traditions, Capital Review Committee, General Education Architecture Plan, and Intercollegiate Athletics.
(3 c.f., 042933, 042934, 042935)

Series 25 - C:1/25/14 (A02-39)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1994-1996). This Series primarily consists of correspondence; however, it also includes reports (semester, quarterly, and annual), assessment plans, meeting agenda and minutes, goals and objectives documentation, surveys, and statistics. Topics in this Series include: Wakonse residence, Missouri book services, Hispanic students scholarship, Student Information System/Management Information System, computing issues, student leadership development task force, miscellaneous events, and Triple "A" scholarship. Records in the Series relate to the following people: Joe Johnston, Julaine Kiehn, Frankie Minor, Jeff Zeilenga, Rich Anderson, Cathy Scroggs, Joe Camille, Dick Caple, Gary Freie, Richard Johnson, Gary Pike, Porter, Gary Smith, Candy Whittet, Lisa Eimers, Brady Deaton, Board of Curators, Ted Tarkow, Edward Sheridan, Chris Koukola, K.C. Morrison, and Charles Kiesler.
(7 c.f., 102418, 102419, 102420, 102422, 102423, 102424, 102425)

Series 26 - C:1/25/15 (A02-40)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (1993-1996). This Series primarily includes correspondence involving the following topics or people: Neil McLaughlin (1995-1996); Student Affairs directors (1995-1996); freshman interest groups (1995-1996); Excellence in Education Awards (1996); Enrollment Management Team (1993-1994); Faculty Council (1995-1996); educational leadership and policy analysis (1996); Chancellor and Chancellor's staff (1996); enrollment management cluster (1996); Service Learning Task Force (1995-1996); Capital Review Committee (1996); Kee Groshong (1995-1996); and Black Culture Center (1995-1996).
(3 c.f., 105666, 105667, 105668)

Series 27 - C:1/25/17 (A02-128)
This Series contains records from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1988-1993), specifically the leadership and honors profiles or nomination records of the Chancellor's Leadership Classes, (1988-1993) [RESTRICTED] and photographs of members of the Leadership Classes, (1988-1991).
(1 c.f., 002526)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until thoroughly processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers. The profile and nomination records are restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: See box list in 723.

Series 28 - C:1/25/18 (A03-52)
This Series contains records created or received by the UMC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1990-1999). This Series includes correspondence, annual reports, strategic plans, staff meeting minutes, agenda, brochures, grant applications, and meeting packets concerning the following topics: Fiscal Officer, Finance Committee, budget, housing, student fees, Recreation Center, Residential Life, Student Life, enrollment, finances, UMKC bookstore proposals, dining, Honor Convocation Ceremony, admissions, Career Planning and Placement Center, committees, consultations, Student Success Center, Summer Welcome, Outward Bound, computing, Big 12 Conference, Student Advisory Council, conferences, trips, Student Auxiliary Services, Funding For Results, projects, "About Campus," fundraising, Student Fee Capital Improvement Committee, Student Parent Center, and Student Parent Association. Also the following people are mentioned or involved with the creation of these records: Richard Andrews, Jo Behymer, Joe Camille, Dick Caple, Ralph Caruso, Joe Castiglone, Larry Clark, Diane Dahlmann, Brady Deaton, Tom DiLorenzo, Susan Even, Jim Groccia, Kee Groshong, Hal Jeffcoat, Joe Johnston, Julaine Kiehn, Doc Klein, Chris Koukola, Jodi Levine, James McGill, Frankie Minor, Pat Morton, Marty Oetting, Stu Palonsky, Gary Pike, Georgeanne Porter, Gil Porter, Charles Schroeder, Scott Shelton, Ed Sheridan, Paula Short, Gary Smith, Midge Stulberg, Ted Tarkow, James Thompson, Richard Wallace, Candy Whittet, Christine Winfield, and Jeff Zeilenga.
(15 c.f., 007473, 007578, 007636, 007684, 007686, 007724, 007725, 007726, 007728, 007729, 105717, 105718, 110718, 110719, 112933)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.
Note to Archivist: Most of the boxes have box lists, which are located in 723.

Series 29. - C:1/25/19 (A03-60)
This Series contains administrative records from the Office of Community Relations regarding the Inroads Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia, (1990-1999). The records pertain to the Inroads Leadership and Internship Programs, programs associated with the not-for-profit corporation Inroads, Inc. The records include correspondence and memoranda, brochures, conference materials, applications, budget records, evaluations, and individual student files [RESTRICTED]. The records concern such topics as Inroads Day at MU, tutoring, awards receptions, campus visits of Kansas City and St. Louis Inroads staff, and scholarships.
(1 c.f., 009745)
Note to Researcher: This Series contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the Restrictions Note at the end of the finding aid.

Series 30. - C:1/25/20 (A04-41)
This Series contains records created or received by the University of Missouri-Columbia Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1992-1999). The Series includes the following record types and topics: office correspondence, (1998-July 1999); Student Affairs Directors' correspondence, (1998-1999), including the Career Planning and Placement Center, Recreation Services, Campus Dining Services, Student Services, and Residential Life; and various committee meeting minutes and agendas, including the Enrollment Management Task Force, (1992-1997), Retention Council, (1993-1997), Student Leader Advisory Council, (1994-1997), Asian American Council, Computer Policy Committee, Kellog Commission Report, (1997), and the Media Site Design Committee. Also included in the Series are records regarding the Student Success Center, (1995-1998), and the Black Culture Center, (1995-1998).
(7 c.f., 007529, 007543, 007545, 037150, 037152, 037157, 122899)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.
Note to Archivist: Box lists for this Series are available in 723.

Series 31. - C:1/25/22 (A07-45)
This Series contains records created or received by the University of Missouri-Columbia Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1976-1999, bulk 1994-1999). The Series includes the following record types and topics: administrative correspondence; meetings, including general staff and individual staff member meetings, the Capital Review Committee, (1998), Community Leader Advisory Board, (1995-1996), Resources Advisory Council, (1998-1999), and Strategic Planning Advisory Council, (1998); Student Life; Residential Life; Admissions; Registrar; various fraternities and sororities; and the Student Activities budget.
(9 c.f., 008687, 037151, 037153, 037155, 037156, 037158, 101870, 122904, 122905)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.
Note to Archivist: Box lists for portions of this Series are available in 723.

Series 32. - C:1/25/23 (A08-34)
This Series contains administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (1991-2000). The records consist of the following types and topics: correspondence, memoranda, meeting and committee files including staff and director's meetings, the Student-Parent Center, (1993-1995), Student Life, Financial Aid, and Student Life Studies.
(7 c.f., 008680, 122898, 122900, 122901, 122902, 122903, 122906)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 33. - C:1/25/24 (A08-43)
This Series contains photographic and other records created and received by Recreation Services and Facilities, (ca. 1927-2007, bulk 1990-2000). The majority of the records consist of photographs, slides, and negatives that document the following campus-related events, activities, and locations: construction, renovation, and dedication of recreation facilities, including Rothwell Gymnasium, Brewer Field House, and Stankowski Field, (1927-2007); Homecoming, (1996); Wilderness Adventures, (1975-2000); marching band, mascots, and football games, (ca. 1979-1996); Summer Welcome and Revue, (1985-1997); campus buildings and scenes, (1979-1992); Special Olympics, (ca. 2000-2002); Rappelling Tower, (1996); and the Memorial Stadium Committee and stadium construction, (ca. 1927). The photographic materials also include events and activities held in the Recreation Services facilities, including Sports Camp, fitness classes, swimming events, Spring Roar, Recreation Services staff, and wheelchair basketball. The Series also contains event flyers, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks related to Recreation Services facilities and events, (1981-1982, 1997-2003); pamphlets and brochures; and historical synopses of athletics in Brewer Field House and select MU athletic figures, including Thornton Jenkins, Wilbur Stalcup, Thomas Botts, Anton Stankowski, George Edwards, and Bob Vanatta.
(2 c.f., 020693, 020699)
Note to Researcher: Much of the photographic material is only minimally identified, often only by topic or event with very little information on specific individuals.

Series 34. - C:1/25/25 (A09-18)
This Series contains records created and received by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student, Personnel, and Auxiliary Services, (1984). The records consist of informational material about each office and unit answering to the Vice Chancellor (VCSPAS) that was collected into a binder. The offices and units include: Student Health, Residential Life, Student Development, Personnel Services, Financial Aid, Memorial Union/Brady Commons, Hearnes Multipurpose Building, Counseling Services, Parking Operations, and the Police Department. The records include organizational charts, brochures, pamphlets, and other informational publications.
(1/3 c.f., 129, 5)

Series 35. - C:1/25/26 (A09-19)
This Series contains records created by the Office of Student Research, (1978). The records consist of reports, presentations, and supplementary material related to the "Treatment of Students" survey produced by Greg Fawcett.
(1/3 c.f., 129, 5)
Note to Archivist: The box list for this Series is available online. It can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 36. - C:1/25/27 (A09-34; A14-55)
This Series contains administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, (ca. 1979-2006). The records consist of the following types and topics: correspondence and memoranda with the heads of various Student Affairs divisions [RESTRICTED], including Residential Life, Student Recreation, and the Counseling Center, Provost staff meetings [RESTRICTED], Freshman Interest Groups (FIGS), and Brewer Fieldhouse renovation, (2001-2002).
(10 c.f., 008667, 008674, 051453, 051454, 132345, 132346, 007571, 007572, 007573, 007574)
Note to Researcher: Series 36 contains records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 37. - C:1/25/29
This Series contains printed and duplicated material created by the General Stores, (ca. 1967-2000), a subordinate unit to Student Auxiliary Services under the administrative control of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. The records consist of catalogs, (1967-2000), and flyers, (2000).
(1/3 c.f., 725, 2, 2)

Restrictions Note: The Archives of the University of Missouri-Columbia is required by law and Board of Curator's policy to restrict access to some files and information. Student records are held as confidential under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and by University policy. Faculty promotion and tenure records and Academic Personnel files are restricted for 75 years, or the lifetime of the individual. All grievance, disciplinary, and medical records are treated as confidential files. Consultations with legal counsel, both in-house and external, are protected by the attorney/client privilege and will not be released.

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