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UA 016.030 Guide to the North Carolina State University, Division of Student Affairs, Multicultural Student Affairs records, 1979-2007
The records of Mulitcultural Student Affairs at North Carolina State University are arranged chronologically.
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North Carolina State University. Multicultural Student Affairs.
2.75 Linear feet (1 archival box, 1 half box, 3 flat folders)
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Transferred from North Carolina State University, Division of Student Affairs, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
Processed by: Carolyn Chesarino 2010 January; Finding aid written by Cate Putirskis, 2010 October
The records of Multicultural Student Affairs at North Carolina State University contain correspondence, event flyers, handbooks, brochures, posters, and records from the administration of the Peer Mentor Program. Materials range in date from 1979 to 2007.
African-American Student Affairs was established as a department at North Carolina State University in 1984; in 2001, the department was renamed Multicultural Student Affairs after adding Hispanic Student Affairs and Native American Student Affairs units.
Prior to the establishment of the African-American Student Affairs department, a mentor program for African-American freshmen students was created in 1980. The program initially paired freshmen with faculty and staff who served as mentor - after 1981, in accordance with student preference, upper-class peers replaced staff members as mentors. In 1982, this program became known as the Peer Mentor Program, and as continues to be run by Multicultural Student Affairs as of 2010.
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