UA. Tulane University Archives
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
The A.B. Freeman School of Business record group includes administrative office files and correspondence, faculty meeting minutes, committee meeting minutes, self-studies, and departmental reports. Subjects covered by the record group include programs and curricula, faculty activities, awards, proposals and planning, and courses offered through the night division.
This record group is comprised of records from the Academic Council and succeeding Administrative Council, the Board of Visitors, the President's Council and the President's Cabinet, the Staff Advisory Council, and Miscellaneous Minutes of Newcomb and the Arts and Sciences Advisory Committee. Materials includes office files, correspondence, meeting minutes, financial summaries, surveys, and reports.
This record group consists of materials from the various units that operate under Campus Services, an umbrella group which is responsible for campus dining, purchasing and vending, vehicles and transportation, identification cards, travel, capital projects, sustainability, and facilities services. Records currently held in the Record Group are comprised of correspondence and other doucments from the Facilities Services division.
This record group contains materials produced by the undergraduate humanities and sciences divisions of the university under various names once they were established with the University of Louisiana. The records are comprised of administrative files from the Dean's office, minutes of faculty meetings, Veterans Bureau records, ledgers from the Museum of Natural History, matriculation ledgers, student records with correspondence, and Honors Board cases.
The administrative records of Vice Presidents contain subject files, speeches, correspondence, business files, committee meeting minutes, reports, budgets, personnel files, and campus development files.
This record group is comprised of administrative materials produced by the Faculty of the Liberal Arts and Sciences. Materials include evaluations of courses taught by the Faculty of the Liberal Arts & Sciences, University College course evaluations, records of courses by department (1988-1997), Curriculum Committee minutes, reviews, and reports, office files, and grade distributions within courses taught by faculty of the Liberal Arts & Sciences.
This record group consists of publications by faculty members, published lectures by visiting Mellon Professors, and the records of the Scholars and Fellows Program. It also contains records of the Tulane chapter of Association of American University Professors, and confidential records of cases filed by and against Tulane faculty members.
This record group is comprised of collections of papers that had originally been donated to the Louisiana Research Collection and were subsequently transferred to University Archives because either the subject or the creator of each collection is related to Tulane University.
This record group is comprised of the original founding documents for each of the colleges that formed Tulane University: The Medical College of Louisiana, Tulane University, and Newcomb College. Also included are memorabilia owned by the founders, Paul Tulane and Josephine Louise Newcomb, and other physical items representative of important events in the university's history.
This record group contains administrative records from the office of the dean, records relating to the search for a graduate dean, minutes of the Graduate Council, minutes of Graduate Studies, and minutes of meetings of Graduate School faculty. The Graduate School was discontinued as a unit after Hurricane Katrina.
This record group is comprised of materials produced by Newcomb College, which existed from 1887-2005 as an institution for women's only matriculation. Materials include office records and correspondence from deans John R. Hubbard (1953-1965) and James F. Davidson; student records for attendees from 1886-1920; photographs; alumni surveys; and scrapbooks and memorabilia.
This record group is comprised of auditors' reports.
This record group contains records, office files, and ephemera created by Tulane University Libraries.
This record group is comprised of posters from programs sponsored by Newcomb-Tulane College, as well as departmental publications. It was formed in 2006, following Hurricane Katrina. Newcomb-Tulane College is the administrative unit which oversees all undergraduate programs of study, and is the undergraduate degree-granting body of Tulane University.
This record group is comprised of materials produced by the Office of Advancement, formerly called the Office of Development. Materials include donor files, business files, chronological files, office files, gifts, grants, and scholarships files, and Annual Fund Donor Reports.
Records of the Office of Assessment and Institutional Research include self-studies; university progress reports; and departmental development plans; accreditation studies, policies, reports, and manuals, materials produced by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; committee materials; and correspondence and office files.
This record group is comprised of records from the Admissions Office. Records primarily consist of annual reports and statistical analyses of enrollment trends.
This record group contains documents from several offices that pertain to insurance, risk management, and emergency preparedness. The records currently contain insurance policies and publications related to safety.
The records of the Office of Human Resources and Institutional Equity include faculty and staff handbooks, benefits guides, and other human resources publications; and records related to gender, disability, veteran, and racial equity, affirmative action, faculty and staff recruitment, Equal Opportunity Contract Compliance, Title IX documentation, Tulane policies, statements, and procedures; confidential EEOC and grievance case files; office files, correspondence, and reports.
The records of the Office of Institutional Advancement include committee minutes, reports on Tulane departments and schools, reports on race and gender issues, real estate purchase files, Tulane program and institution reports, scholarship documentation, strategic planning materials, and funding reports.
Records of the Office of the Controller include accounting procedure manuals, compliance standards, grants and contracts procedures, annual financial reports and statements, supplements to financial reports, treasurer's statements, and legacy accounting ledgers for cash, disbursements, receipts, fees, etc.
The records of the Office of the General Counsel contain correspondence, subject files, office files, legal documents, reports, agendas, emails, and several confidential case files that are closed to the public.
The administrative records of the Office of the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs contain correspondence, committee minutes, reports, budgets, grants, and departmental curricula. The records contain information on former faculty personnel, planning and programs of colleges, federal agencies and programs, and education associations.