Chicago Circle Center -- Campus Programs -- records
- Chicago Circle Center -- Campus Programs -- records
- University of Illinois at Chicago, Special Collections and University Archives Department at the Richard J. Daley Library
- 30.0 Linear feet
- University of Illinois at Chicago Circle.
Campus Programs is an office in Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, and within the Department of Campus unions. The office of the Vice Chancellor works to "create a student body that reflects the diversity of Illinois, facilitate graduation through special programs and services, and establish a positive and diverse learning environment that is necessary to expand student's lives." The purpose of campus programs is to be a resource for cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs. This is accomplished through student organizations and events. Currently there are over 300 student organizations on campus. Some of the main events held by Campus Programs include college bowl, cultural fest, fashion show, fun fair, craft show, exhibits, Friday night live, and taste of UIC.
Scope and Contents note
The collection consists of overviews of student organizations from 1982 through 2001. The collection also includes information and flyers about specific center programs, and a chronological listing of campus programs events and their publicity and advertising. Also included are some organizational files concerning budgets and operations.
Processing Information note
This collection was surveyed as part of the Black Metropolis Research Consortium's Survey Initiative on 2009 December 8 by Andrew Steadham and Lauren Kalal.