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MS-218 National Association for Women in Education
1903-2000
First established as the National Association of Women Deans, this association's collection includes over 90 cubic feet of executive board proceedings, officer and central office correspondence, state association files, section and division files, symposium and workshop files, financial and membership records, Kathryn Sisson Phillips Trust records, convention and committee files, inter-association files, publications, and photographic and audio/visual materials. NAWE officially ended in 2000.

MS-220 Southern Association for College Student Affairs
1949-present
The Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) is an independent regional Association promoting the professional development of practitioners, educators, and students engaged in the student affairs profession. Founded in 1949, SACSA includes members from fifteen southern states. The collection is comprised of executive council minutes and report, conference files, committee and subject files, financial records, publications, and photographs.

MS-319 American College Personnel Association
1938 to the present
First established as the National Association of Appointment Secretaries in 1924, this association's collection includes over 95 cubic feet of executive council proceedings, officer correspondence, commission files, financial and membership records, convention and committee files, inter-association files, publications, and photographic and audio-visual materials.

MS-364 Association of Fraternity Advisors
1977 to the present
Established in 1977, this association's collection includes 45 cubic feet of executive committee proceedings, officer files, state and regional association files, committee and conference files, inter-association files, task force and special project files, publications and audio-visual materials.

MS-391 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
1919 to the present
Established as the National Association of Deans and Advisors of Men in 1929, this association's collection includes over 130 cubic feet of executive committee/board of directors proceedings, officer and central office correspondence and reports, region and division files, financial and membership records, convention and committee files, foundation files, inter-association files, publications, and photographic and audio/visual materials.

MS-403 Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values
1966-present
The AFLV was formed in 2008 when the boards and membership of the Mid-American Greek Council Association and the Western Region Greek Association voted to consolidate the two organizations.  The AFLV began operation on July 1, 2009.  The collection includes executive committee files, state and regional files, conference and committee files, awards process files, officer correspondence, newsletters, directories, publications, and audio-visual materials of the AFLV’s predecessor associations.

MS-414 American Association for Employment in Education
1935-present
Since 1934, AAEE has provided members with direct address to research publications and networking opportunities focused on educator preparation, recruitment, hiring and retention. The collection includes minutes, conference files, correspondence, committee files, inter-association files, financial and membership records, and publications.

MS-426 Ohio Counseling Association
1966 to the present
Formerly the Ohio Personnel and Guidance Association, established in 1966, and then the Ohio Association for Counseling and Development, this association's collection includes five cubic feet of minutes, officer reports and correspondence, convention and committee files, licensing files, newsletters and publications, and photographs.

MS-441 Ohio Association for Women in Education
1950-1987
Formerly the Ohio Association for Women Deans, Administrators, and Counselors, this association's collection includes five cubic feet of Executive Board proceedings, officer correspondence, committee and convention files, financial and membership reports, inter-association files, publications and scrapbooks.

MS-450 Ohio Association for Student Personnel Administrators
1965-2006
Organized as an independent organization in 1975, this association had been part of the Ohio Association for School, College and University Staffing. The association's collection consists of two cubic feet of conference files, financial and membership records.

MS-487 Association of College and University Housing Officers
1949 to the present
Formed in 1949, this association's collection comprises 15 cubic feet of minutes, conference proceedings, newsletters and journals, membership directories, committee files, and publications.

MS 525  Ohio College Personnel Association
1975 to the present
Chartered by the American College Personnel Association in 1976, this association's collection consists of six cubic feet of executive board proceedings, conference and committee files, financial and membership reports, publications and photographs.

MS-526 Association of College Unions International
1915-present
This association's collections consists of eight cubic feet of conference proceedings, membership and regional files, and publications.

MS-548 National Orientation Directors Association
1975-1988
This association's collection comprises one cubic foot of board of directors minutes, handbooks, and publications.

MS-552 National Association for College Admission Counseling
1950 to the present
This association's collection comprises 90 cubic feet of assembly and executive board proceedings, extensive publications including journals and newsletters, state and regional association files, conference files, committee files, and membership reports.

MS 554 National Association of College and University Residence Halls, Inc. (NACURH)
Records, 1960-present
Collection includes administrative files, committee and subject files, conferences, correspondence, inter-association files, national residence hall honorary, publications, and regions. 30 cubic feet.

MS-565 Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
1962 to the present
Established in 1968, this association's collection comprises 11 cubic feet of executive committee proceedings, officer correspondence and reports, committee and conference files, membership and financial reports, publications and audio-visual materials.

MS-569 Midwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
1962-2003
This regional association was organized in 1962. Its collection consists of 30 cubic feet of executive council proceedings, officer correspondence and reports, conference and committee files, financial reports, newsletters and publications, and photographs.

MS-666 Association for Student Conduct Administration
1987 to the present
This association was organized as the Association for Student Judicial Affairs in 1987. Its collection consists of 10 cubic feet of board of directors proceedings, membership and financial records, conference and institute files, committee files, newsletters and other publications, and an extensive collection of videotapes of conference speakers and panels.

MS-676 U.S. Student Association
1949-1966
This association's collection consists of three cubic feet of documents from National Student Congress meetings, publications, working papers and reports.

MS-685 Wilma Minton Papers
1950s-1994
This collection of papers documenting the student affairs career of Wilma Minton comprises one cubic foot of speeches and papers, publications and reports.

MS 702 Susan R. Komives
Papers, 1966-2012
Publications, presentations, subject files, correspondence, awards, and audio-visual materials of an academic student affairs administrator who was influential as a teacher, speaker, leader, and writer in student affairs administration.

MS-705 Great Lakes Association of School, College and University Staffing
1969-1991
This regional association's collection consists of two cubic feet of executive board proceedings, conference files, membership reports, officer correspondence, newsletters and publications.

MS-739 Council of Student Personnel Administrators
1958-1977
This coalition of several professional associations involved in student affairs and higher education formed during the 1950s and disbanded during the mid-1970s. The collection comprises 11 cubic feet of executive committee proceedings, reports, correspondence, committee files, and publications.

MS-747 Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling
1972 to the present
This state association is affiliated with the National Association for College Admission Counseling. The collection comprises 5 cubic feet of executive committee proceedings, reports, officer correspondence, newsletters, membership files and publications.

MS-773 Melvene Hardee Papers
1931-1994
These papers reflect the professional activities of Melvene Hardee. The collection consists of four cubic feet of memoirs, correspondence, subject files, papers and presentations, reports and publications.

MS-779 Burns B. Crookston Collection
1960-1981
This collection represents Burns Crookston's activities in compiling a collection of writings on student affairs and higher education, including his own writings. The collection consists of four (4) cubic feet of publications, journal articles, papers and reports as well as correspondence between Crookston and the authors whose works he wished to collect.

MS 795 Robert Brown Collection
Papers, 1963-1999
Professional papers, publications, speeches, and awards of a former president of the American College Personnel Association (1989-1990) and editor of the Journal of College Student Development (1983-1988).

MS-973 University Student Affairs National Vice Presidents' Group
1968-present
This group was organized in 1967 by several senior student affairs officers who wished to develop a forum for discussion of issues common to Vice Presidents or Deans of Students. The collection is comprised of three cubic feet of correspondence, conference files, resumes of members, and newsletters.

MS-974 Council for the Advancement of Standards-Student Services/Development Programs
1979 to the present
Organized in 1979-1980, the Council's records include six cubic feet of organizational documents, minutes, correspondence, self-assessment guides, professional standards publications and studies, and member files. This association is involved in developing and distributing standards for various aspects of student services and development in higher education.

MS-989 Gamma Sigma Alpha. National Greek Academic Honor Society
1955-present
Gamma Sigma Alpha was founded to promote intellectual interaction between Greek students and the academic community.  The collection consists of administrative files and dissertations on topics concerning student life at colleges and universities especially regarding academic achievement and Greek letter societies.

MS-1022 Michigan College Personnel Association
1952 to the present
The papers of this state association consist of four cubic feet of minutes, membership files, conference files, newsletters and journals, committee reports, officer correspondence and reports and policy statements.

MS-1026 Louis C. Stamatakos Papers
1956-2004
This collection is comprised of eight cubic feet of correspondence, publications, presentations and speeches, awards, newsletters, and taped interviews of Dr. Stamatakos. The papers represent his involvement in the profession of student affairs and higher education through teaching, publishing, and involvement with professional associations.

MS-1029 Ted K. Miller Papers
1956-2003
The collection consists of 14 cubic feet of documents, representing the writings, publications, speeches, professional and teaching activities of Ted K. Miller

MS-1043 American College Counseling Association
1991 to the present
First established as a division of the American Association for Counseling and Development, the primary mission of the American College Counseling Association is to serve those in higher education whose professional identity is counseling and whose purpose is fostering student development. The ACCA collection includes four cubic feet of executive council minutes, constitutions and bylaws, handbooks, committee files, financial reports, conference files and publications, dating from 1991 to the present.

MS-1068 Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling
1961 to the present
Recognized as a state affiliate of the National Association for College Admission Counseling as early as 1946, this organization is comprised of professionals dedicated to assisting high school students in the transition from high school to college. The collection consists of minutes, conference and workshop files, committee files, financial reports, newsletters and photographs.

MS-1070 Network Addressing Collegiate Alcohol and Other Drug Issues
1996-2010
Established in 1987 by the U.S. Department of Education, the Network is a national consortium of institution of higher education professionals aimed at sharing and disseminating information to help curb alcohol and other drug abuse as well as violent behavior among college students. The collection consists of publications, meeting notes, standards, forums for senior administrators, membership rosters, and annual reports.

MS-1079 American College Health Association
1920 to the present
The American College Health Association, established in 1920, is dedicated to the field of student health needs in colleges and universities.  The collection is comprised of annual meeting proceedings, board minutes, section, committee and subject files, publications, and photographs.  

MS-1108 Alice Manicur Papers
1968-1999
Alice Manicur served as the first woman president of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. She was dean of students at Frostburg State University for many years. In 1996, the NASPA Symposium for Women Aspiring to be Chief Student Affairs Officers was named for her. Her papers include scrapbooks, speeches and presentations, and awards.  

MS-1141 National Association for Campus Activities
1970s to the present
The National Association for Campus Activities has evolved into the nation’s largest collegiate organization for campus activities, with programs and services designed to reflect the field’s increased responsibilities for student leadership development as well as entertainment programming. The collection includes conference programs, publications, and regional records.

MS-1160 Ohio College Health Association
1928-2007
Established in 1925, as the first state association affiliated with the American College Health Association, this collection includes board minutes, membership directories, financial records, annual meeting files, and publications.  

MS-1181 Phyllis L. Mable Papers
2001-2012
Papers documenting Mable’s life and career in student affairs and higher education, reflecting personal reminiscences by professional colleagues and former students. Also included is her resume, files reflecting ACPA awards presented to her, correspondence with Longwood University and Cornell University, contact lists, and photographs.

MS-1191 James J. Rhatigan Papers
1974-1999
Papers including letters, invoices, presentations, and publications from Dr. Rhatigan’s time with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).

MMS 1961 Philip A. Tripp Papers
1952-2007
A small collection including writings, resumes and biographies, news clippings, copies of photographs and awards of a Student Affairs professional who served as a counselor at Chicago State University, Dean of Students at Georgetown University, architect of the earliest federal financial aid programs while serving at the U.S. Office of Education, and finally as Professor of Education at The Ohio State University; he played a substantial role in the emergence of ACPA and NASPA as the primary shapers of the profession and its future.

MMS 1963 Nevitt Sanford Papers (1909-1995)
1981-1995
A small collection including writings by Sanford, an interview, article, and biographical information about Nevitt Sanford.  During the 1960s, Sanford was instrumental in initiating the concept of student development in colleges and universities, effectively changing the view that college does not change students in any measurable sense.  Donated by biographer Harry Canon.

MMS 1969 William Harold Cowley Papers (1899-1978)
1931-1966, 1976-1978
This collection comprises a set of the writings of W.H. Cowley, as well as a small amount of correspondence and a memorial resolution. Cowley was a Professor of Higher Education at Stanford University from 1945-1968. He was one of the first scholars in the world to advocate for the scholarly study of Higher Education, and was a prolific and thoughtful producer of such scholarship.

MMS 2009 Eleanor Margaret Schetlin Papers (1920-2007)
1967-2007
Small collection of selected excerpts and drafts of journal articles from her thesis "Selected Writings of Esther McDonald Lloyd-Jones from 1929-1966," and an article with a published reminiscence and a copy of her obituary. Schetlin was an education professional with a long career in Student Personnel Services at Hunter College, Columbia University and the Health Sciences Center, SUNY.