Colleges and Universities
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
This historical collection of student athlete records contains selected individual biographies, player statistics, photographs, news clippings, scattered team photographs and the annual official men's and women's basketball programs and publicity materials. Primary coverage focuses on Seattle University's basketball programs with limited materials covering baseball, crew, golf, gymnastics, skiing, soccer, and tennis.
This eclectic collection of trophies, awards and memorabilia recognizes Seattle University sports teams and individual athletes, both men and women, and coaching staff for achievement in various collegiate athletics events.
The School of Education was founded in 1935 and renamed the College of Education in July 2004. The collection contains historic accreditation reports, admissions brochures, and issues of the newsletter Banner for the years 1994-2008. The collection is not comprehensive or current.
The School of Nursing was founded at Seattle University in 1948 and was originally affiliated with the Sisters of Charity of Providence.
This collection contains accreditation reports, admissions brochures for various academic programs, programs for "Project Day," publications and newsletters, strategic planning documents.
This collection contains Washington State Articles of Incorporation for Seattle College (1898) and Seattle University (1948), Bylaws (1907-1971), Statutes (1947-1972), and revision documentation (1907-1972).
Seattle University's Faculty Senate was established in 1966 as an advisory body to the university administration.
Seattle University's Graduate Council was a standing committee from 1957 until the mid-1990's. This collection contains material from 1957-1971.
The Seattle University Guild (1948-1978), founded by A.A. Lemieux, SJ, planned and promoted cultural events on behalf of the university. The collection contains nine scrapbooks and one box of miscellaneous materials. Special events included fashion shows featuring clothing from the shop of John Doyle Bishop in Seattle and exhibits featuring jewelry art designed by Salvador Dali.