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 information on Graduation Photographer Committee, Building Committee, an Advisory Committee on the Status of Women, a Student Liaison Committee, and a Student Affaires Committee.
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 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 file contains 2 versions of the Mount Saint Vincent class mottos, colours, and flowers for the graduating classes of 1962 - 1965, the Mount's Cap and Gown Pledge, the 1970 graduating class yearbook, a President's Report (1970 - 1971), 2 issues of Insight (Vol. 3 No. 2 Dec. ’73 and Vol. 4 No. 2 Jan. ’75), a postcard sent to the minister of finance, and an obituary for Sister Geraldine (2005).
This subseries contains miscellaneous material related to the Mount Association for Non-Traditional University Students (MANUS) at Mount Saint Vincent University This file contains a draft for discussion with the Student Council, a document outlining the history of MANUS, a pamphlet from the MANUS graduation dinner, a toast to the part-time students, MANUS and CAPUS brochures, information regarding bursaries and MANUS related newspaper articles.
This subseries contains miscellaneous financial documents that are related to the Mount Saint Vincent University Student Union. The file presently contains a Mount Saint Vincent University Student Council Accounting Manual.
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.
Fond consists of textual records and photographs relating to Mount Saint Vincent University's Student Union. The contents of this collection were largely created by the student council members and administration at MSVU. The largest series within this collection is administrative materials but there are also many documents relating to events, publications such as the Student Handbook and student newspaper (the Picaro), financial documents, documents relating to Student Union regulations, the Student Union’s businesses and services, as well as committees on which student council members serve, Student Union projects, and documents relating to non-traditional Mount students and the organizations to which they belong. The Mount Saint Vincent University Student associations included within the fonds are at least partially governed by executive members of the Student Union.