Announcements, Brochures, and Handbook

Collection Overview

Title: Announcements, Brochures, and Handbook

Record Series: 06/01/01 [Box 1-2]

Record Group:

06/01/01 Office of Compliance & Equity Management Collection

Extent: 2 boxes (0.83 linear feet)

Language: Materials entirely in English.

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Inventory

BOX 1

  • Folder A: Affirmative Action handbook, 1979
  • Folder B: Affirmative Action announcements
  • Folder C: Affirmative Action brochures
  • Folder D: Affirmative Action report to the Board of Regents, March 1984
  • Folder E: Affirmative Action report to the Board of Regents, March 1985
  • Folder F: Affirmative Action report to the Board of Regents, April 1986
  • Folder G: Comprehensive Affirmative Action plan, 1974
  • Folder H: Affirmative Action handbook, February 1, 1979
  • Folder I: Active work forces analysis, February 1989
  • Folder J: Affirmative Action guide – faculty
  • Folder K: Affirmative Action guide – Professional & Scientific

BOX 2

  • Folder A; Affirmative Action Newsletters
  • Folder B: E.O.C. (Educational Opportunities Center) newsletter
  • Folder C: Erasing discrimination and harassment
  • Folder D: Sexual harassment
  • Folder E: “Sexual Harassment,” 2nd edition
  • Folder F: Affirmative Action Councils, Colloquium reports, 1994
  • Folder G: Colloquium Report of the Affirmative Action Councils, 1994 (2 copies)
  • Folder H: Annual report, 1995 (2 copies)
  • Folder I: Campus Climate Assessment, November 2005
  • Folder J: Changes to discrimination and harassment policy, 2009
  • Folder K: Town hall meeting on diversity, 2011
  • Folder L: Supporting the academic success of pregnant and parenting students
  • Folder M: Diversity Matters, 2014
  • Folder N: Revised regulations – Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act, March 2014

Processing Information

Finding aid created by Library Associate Dave Hoing, June 2017. Updated by Archival Processor Tessa Wakefield, March 2020.