West Georgia College Advisory Council records
Scope and Contents note
This collection contains meeting agenda, memoranda, minutes, newspaper clippings, proposals, reports, and recommendations. The main function of the Advisory Council was to be an advisory body to the President on all administrative policies of the College, and a means of communication with faculty and student representatives. Topics discussed at length, among others, included: the development of a form of faculty governance, which, once enacted, led to the dissolution of the Advisory Council; approval of new academic degree programs; compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; and the beginning of social clubs (fraternities and sororities) on campus.
- 1965 - 1973
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Open to all users.
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As stipulated by U.S. copyright laws. Rights held by the University of West Georgia.
The Advisory Council was an advisory body to the President on all administrative policies of the College. It was composed of voting administrators, faculty members, and students, with the President of the College as the presiding officer. The three standing committees of the Council were the Curriculum Committee, the Development Projects Committee, and the Research Administration Committee. The Council provided a means of communication with faculty and student representatives on a variety of matters. The Council was dissolved at the close of its final meeting on May 28, 1973, when the new Faculty Senate took up all of the Council’s functions.
0.42 Linear feet (1 box)
Records of the Advisory Council which advised the President on all administrative policies of West Georgia College.
Records were placed in chronological order.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Transferred at some unknown point of time prior to 2007.
- Guide to the West Georgia College Advisory Council records, 1965 - 1973 UA-0002-12
- Finding aid prepared by Finding aid written by Lalah Manly
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- Description is in English