Guide to the Rice University Student Affairs Committee records UA 173
The Committee on Student Affairs (later named the Student Activities Committee and then again named the Committee on Student Affairs) was a policy making committee which was formed to regulate undergraduate student activities and aspects of student life on Rice campus. On April 1, 1965 the Student Affairs Committee was re-formulated into a Student Activities Committee, along with, a new committee the Committee of Undergraduate Affairs was to coordinate student affairs with attention to undergraduate student life. The committee was intended to be an excecutive policy-determinging comittee with no student members. The Student Activities Comittee formed policy on issues such as student discipline, alcohol, and dorm rules. However, by July 1965, membership of the committee had changed to include students. In 1975, the committee returned to its former name - the Committee on Student Affairs.
This collection contains the minutes, memoranda, reports, and correspondence of the Committee on Student Affairs.
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Permission to publish material from the Rice University Student Affairs Committee records must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.
Rice University Student Affairs Committee records, 1963-1983, UA 173, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
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