UAlbany Student Affairs

Collections listed by subject

Records from the college's career development office.

0.33 cubic ft. (about 0.33 boxes)

Contains inactive records from the Office of Disabled Student Services, now known as the Disability Resources Center. Materials include grant proposals, progress reports, correspondence, and other administrative records.

0.6 cubic ft. (about 0.6 boxes)

Contains records from the Middle Earth Peer Assistance Program, which operates within Counseling and Psychological Services and provides telephone and online peer assistance, peer education, and peer advisement services. Materials include brochures, fliers, correspondence, and training manuals.

0.2 cubic ft. (about 0.2 boxes)

Created by the Division of University Affairs to liaison with the Parents Association and to respond to parental concerns regarding their children attending the University.

1.0 cubic ft. (about 1.0 boxes)

This collection contains the records of the Department of Public Safety, which oversaw campus security. The bulk of the collection consists of crime and incident reports.

0.83 cubic ft. (about 0.83 boxes)

Contains inactive records from the Department of Residential Life and its predecessor, the Office of Residences. Includes memoranda, policy documentation, annual reports, and other materials related to the management of campus housing.

5 cubic ft. (about 5 boxes)

Contains the records of the Division of Student Affairs, its subordinate offices, and its predecessor bodies, including the Office of the Dean of Students. Materials include: planning and policy documentation, admissions and financial aid statistics, correspondence, and meeting minutes.

30.33 cubic ft. (about 30.33 boxes)

Contains records from the Office of Student Involvement, and its predecessor offices: the Office of Student Life and the Office of Campus Life. Materials in the collection address the administration of student activities on campus, including student group policies and event planning.

18 cubic ft. (about 18 boxes)