Associated Women Students records
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of the Associated Women Studentsâ constitution, minutes, fliers, brochures, correspondence, programs, and scrapbooks.
- Other: Date acquired: 2000
- Associated Women Students (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research use.
Biographical or Historical Information
The Associated Women Students (AWS) was an organization created to provide a way for the female students to socialize, help promote the school activities, and provide a medium for women to express themselves and maintain the social standards. First mention of the organization was in the 1937 Acorn. From approximately 1937-1962, the AWS president was on the Associated Studentsâ Board of Control. The presidency was elected yearly, with the council being made up of members from the different clubs, organizations, and classes. In 1937, the council was called the Girlâs Council but was called the Womenâs Council thereafter. The organization was discontinued in the 1980s.
2.06 Linear Feet (2 document cases, 1 flat document case)
Language of Materials
Arranged into four series: Series 1, Constitution and minutes, 1937-1971; Series 2, Correspondence, fliers, and programs, 1953-1983; Series 3, Intercollegiate Association of Women Students binders, 1965-1967; Series 4, Scrapbooks, 1973-1976.
Physical Access Requirements
There are no physical access restrictions.
Technical Access Requirements
There are no technical access restrictions.
Material was acquired from Associated Women Students (2000-42).
Source of Acquisition
Associated Women Students
Method of Acquisition
Received from Associated Women Students, 2000.
Accruals and Additions
No accruals are expected
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