ASC/B/B1. Administrative Offices
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Administrative Offices at Mount Holyoke are documented by a wide range of records which reflect the goals, organization, activities, and staffing of these units. These records are arranged by the name of each office. Materials date from circa 1841 to the present include reports, minutes, correspondence, subject files, publications, surveys, statistics, questionnaires, audiocassettes, and photographs. Records for some administrative offices are described by separate online finding aids.
The records of the Assistant Business Manager and Purchasing contain reports, questionnaires, pamphlets, campus announcements and memos.
The records of the Career Development Center date from 1901 to the present include annual reports, statistics, newsletters, forms, publications, instructions, recommendations, correspondence, financial records, committee records, photographs, press releases, student files, and questionnaires.
The records of Computing and Information Systems include annual reports, committee minutes, memoranda, newsletters, announcements, mission statements, conference material, and grant information. The records include material relating to this department and its predecessor organizations such as the Central Records Unit, WANG word processing,
The records of the Conference Office include memos; campus announcements; and brochures.
The records of the Dean of First Year Students include announcements to the Faculty from the Dean; correspondence with President Kennan; letters to the incoming class; and an annual report for 1990.
The records of the Dean of International Affairs contain correspondence with foreign alumnae, committee minutes and reports, office files, and student records which provide information about office activities involving the concerns of international students at the College. The documents also include material relating to the International Conference on the Worldwide Education of Women held at the College on Founder's Day, 1987.
The records of the Office of the Dean of Studies include annual reports, statistics, correspondence, committee minutes, budgets, proposals, advising and administrative procedures, and student applications.
Records of the Dean of the College date from circa 1975 to the present and primarily reflect the Dean's involvement with both administrative and academic matters at Mount Holyopke. Materials include reports, correspondence, subject files, committee records, surveys, position descriptions, programs, announcements, and lists.
The records from the Security Office, currently known as the Department of Public Safety, contain a large collection of general material, dated from 1936-1996.
Materials contained in the records of the Development Office include Annual reports (1925-1982); correspondence; budgets; agendas; publications and brochures; a number of subject files on the Alumnae Association
The records of Dining Services consist of files from the Food Service office. Within these records are manuals, newspaper clippings, memos, and letters.
The records of the Financial Aid Office include information on Almunae Clubs and scholarship lists from 1969-70, conferences and forms, job applications for department positions, and desk files.
Health Services records primarily consist of reports, correspondence, memoranda concerning the activities of that unit and the physical and mental health of members of immediate the Mount Holyoke community. These materials also include a photocopy of two journals (1841-1854) compiled by S.D. Brooks when he was serving as the physician at the school and nine ledgers (circa 1889-1917) recording "anthropometric" measurements and other information relating to the health of students.
Records for the Office for Educational and Academic Affairs date from 1978-1997 and consist of correspondence, reports, grant applications, budget information, fliers, brochures, articles and publications.
The records of the Office of Admission include correspondence (1963-1980); annual and semiannual reports (1920-1992); subject files,publications (1920s-1996); and photographs.
The records of the Office of Affirmative Action/Office of the Ombudsperson consist of annual reports, questionnaires, pamphlets, campus announcements and memos.
Records for the Office of External Affairs consist of May 4, 1990 article describing the creation of this unit of the College and its functions.
These records contain information on the Office of Human Resources. Included are fliers regarding meetings and seminars, newspaper clippings, memos to faculty and staff, and a copy of the "Report on a Study of the Office of Personnel Services" (Sept. 1985).
The records of the Office of Institutional Research contain two copies of "The Senior Survey: A Report on Mount Holyoke Seniors' Perception of their Undergraduate Experience" from January 1990.
The records of the Office of Internship Programs contain records related to International Internships from 1950-1982.
The records of the Office of Physical Facilities, also known as Buildings and Grounds, contains annual reports from 1986-87, 1988-89, 1990-91, which outline repair projects, energy and labor costs, and computer wiring projects.
The records of the Office of Public Relations contain annual reports from the years 1915-1919, 1934-79, and 1988-90, and incomplete reports for 1979-80, and 1981-88.
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life records reflect the activities of the unit of Mount Holyoke College which supports the spiritual needs to members of the community. Materials date from 1958 to the present
Within this folder is one memo regarding workshops on grant-proposal writing and development.
The records from the Office of Student Employment contains manuals about student employment for students and supervisors and one memo.
The records of the Office of the Dean of Students include correspondence regarding the searches for Directors of Residential Life and Student Activities (1987); Annual Reports (1929-1989); general records including correspondence, memos, announcements, news clippings (1943-1994); Cycles surveys (1976-1990); and a number of subject files.
The records of the Office of the Dean of the Faculty and Provost consist of announcements; memos; and reports (1928-1981).
The records of the Office of the Registrar contain a large amount of general material dated from 1897 to 1990.
The records of the Office of the Treasurer and Business Manager contain correspondence (1933-1975) between the Comptroller and the landscape architectural firm of Arthur Shurcliff; and student surveys dated 1972.