Archival Finding Aids

Dates

1948-2006

Collection Number

MSS-2009-08-01

Abstract

The San José State University Student Council, also known as the Associated Students (A.S.), formed in 1897 as a student club. The Student Council and the Student Court served as the executive and judicial body of student government on campus. In 1923, the Student Council reorganized and was renamed the Associated Students. The Associated Students incorporated in 1980, and is divided into two branches: Executive and Legislative. The Associated Students Records, 1948-2006, document the activities of the university's student government organization. The records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, budget materials, election and campaign records and newspaper clippings. This collection is arranged into five series: Series I. Budget and Finance Records, 1961-2006; Series II. Election and Campaign Records, 1965-2004; Series III. Meeting Minutes, Agendas, Rules, and Procedures, 1948-2006; Series IV. Newspaper Clippings and Scrapbook Materials, 1967-2000; and Series V. Miscellaneous Materials, 1958-1989.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

San José State University. Associated Students -- History.
previous hit San José State University. Associated Students -- Records and correspondence.
San José State University. Associated Students -- Elections.
San José State University -- History.
San José State College -- History.
California State University, San José -- History.
Student government -- California -- San José.
Education, Higher -- California -- San José.

Document Type

Finding Aid

Upload Date

2009

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