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Alumni and Development fonds
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15.57 m of textual records
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In May of 1917 the University of Saskatchewan Graduate's Association held its first meeting. Membership was open to all recipient's of degrees or certificates granted by the University who paid the annual fee. Management of the Association's activities were to be conducted by an Executive Committee chosen by secret ballot. Within two years the Association hosted its first annual convocation banquet and opened its first fund raising campaign. In 1927 the first local branches of the Association were formed and the concept soon spread across the country. The Alumni Association acts as a bridge between the graduates and the University. Activities include the publication of the "Green and White", homecoming, college reunions, class reunions, the Convocation Ball, the Alumni Leader's Workshop, branches, Senate representation, the Student Affairs Program, the Alumni Annual Giving Program, and the University Convocation Dinner. By 1995 the Alumni Affairs office was renamed Alumni and Development, incorporating the fundraising and development functions which had previously been under the direction of the Extension Division.
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This series contains correspondence, minutes, rules and copies of the Alumni Bulletin. The bulk of the material are files related to individual alumni.
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Personal information related to faculty, staff, students and alumni is restricted.
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Finding aid available: file title list only.
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