Mount Saint Vincent University Archives houses the institutional records of Mount Saint Vincent College and University, including faculty and alumnae collections, as well as select community records pertaining to social justice issues.
This subseries contains textual and graphic material related to the annual Student Union Alumnae and Athletics Awards Banquet held at Mount Saint Vincent University. The primary document type within the file are photos of the event but the file also contains pamphlets from the event and an invitation.
This series is composed primarily of photographs, correspondence, budgets, and invitations. Events include Orientation Week, the Alumnae and Athletics Awards Banquet, Senior Class Reception, Trivia Pursuit tournaments, and others.
This subseries will contain miscellaneous textual and graphic material related to events organized by the Mount Saint Vincent University Student Union. The file contains one photo from the Student Council Christmas party.
This subseries contains textual and graphic information related to Student Union elections at Mount Saint Vincent University. The majority of this file is comprised of election regulations and guidelines but the file also contains negative sheets which include photos of students running for election.
This subseries contains information regarding part-time students at Mount Saint Vincent University. It contains a proposal concerning part-time students by the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. This proposal is what later led to the establishment of the Campus Association of Part-Time Students. The file also includes a letter to part-time students about holding a referendum so that the proposal could come into effect, and records of correspondence regarding Student Union fees for part-time students.
This series contains information about the Mount Association for Non-Traditional University Students (MANUS), which was formally known as Campus Association of Part-Time University Students (CAPUS). This organization began in in order to meet the needs of non-traditional (mature and part-time) students attending the Mount and was overseen by the Student Union. The series contains information about the formation of the organization, information about when the organization was knows as CAPUS, administrative materials, conference information, information about Shinerama participation, a survey of members, orientation information, information regarding the task force for the report to the Nova Scotia Royal Commission on Post-Secondary Education, financial information relating to MANUS, and documents related to the continuing education committee. The series also contains information about the Canadian Organization of Part-Time University Students, which was a larger governing body to which CAPUS and MANUS belonged.