Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Contains information about Valdosta State College's Evening Program from the late 1980s, designed to help students go to college at night.
The Mark Stevens Memorial Blood Drive began in 1975 as a tribute to Mark Stevens a Valdosta State College student and native Valdostian who was killed in a gun accident in October 1975. The collection contains information concerning the history of the blood drive, organizational information and participants. The date spans from 1975-1988.
Contains Informational Brochures for the Developmental Studies Program at Valdosta State College.
The Parent's Handbook was a booklet produced by Valdosta State College for the parents of incoming freshmen. It was distributed at Orientation as a way to help parents understand how the school worked, and to offer advice on how to best help their child as they entered school.
Contains definitions of disruptive behavior (1969). Newsletters with tips on public safety with a focus on personal defense, Annual Report of VSC's Public Safety Dept., Valdosta's Public Safety Police 1991 Annual Report, and pamphlets and information concerning traffic and parking regulations.
The collection contains a wide variety of materials relating to the history of Valdosta State University as Valdosta State College from 1950-1993. Items include framed or oversized items of images around campus showing campus growth throughout the years.
This collection contains materials published by Valdosta State College. The first box contains picture booklets published by the college "reflecting" on past years, from the 1930s, 1966, and 1970.The items from the second box are mostly informational/promotional flyers, pamphlets, and brochures from the 1970s and 1980s. These items are mostly meant to be informative about the services available at Valdosta State.