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Administrative records
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Series consists of records relating to the administrative actions of the Home Economics Department as well as its affiliated Bachelor of Science Nutrition Major Advisory Committee. Documents include meeting minutes, proposals, reference material, correspondence, photographs and slides. Series also contains statistics relating to Home Economics enrolment, graduation, and internships, as well as academic advising information.


Series consists of exams and course proposals created by the Home Economics Department, as well as reference materials from national and provincial Dietetic and Home Economics Associations, and the Canadian Department of Agriculture. Photographs are part of this series as well as miscellaneous correspondence.

Governing Athletic Organizations

This series consists of records concerning the intercollegiate athletics programs the Mount was a member of. Programs include the Atlantic Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the Canadian Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Union, and the Atlantic Universities Athletic Association. Included are correspondence, various reports, minutes, by-laws, championship lists, tournament lists, and participation lists.

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Financial Documents

This series contains various financial documents relating to Mount Saint Vincent’s Student Union. Some documents relate to the spending of various societies while others relate to the businesses run by the Union such as the corner store (Crow n' Go) and pub (Vinnie's Pub). Others relate to the general spending of the Union. The primary document type within this series is financial statements. The series also includes budgets, schedules of revenues and expenses, a breakdown of student union fees and how they are spent, auditors’ reports, and other miscellaneous financial documents.

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Businesses and Services

This series contains information about the businesses and services which are owned and operated by the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. Presently, the series contains information about Vinnie’s Pub. The series contains a pub management agreement and related documents, statistics regarding pub revenues and attendance, and documents related to pub renovations.

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Student Union Projects

This series contains documents relating to projects organized by the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. The series contains information about the Mount’s single parent support group, and information regarding off-campus student housing.

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Mount Association for Non-Traditional University 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.

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This series contains information about regulations which relate to the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. The series contains documents that relate to the Mount’s Open-Door Policy Agreement with other local universities as well as documents outlining the regulations regarding the use of the Mount’s logo by the Student Union.

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This series consists of textual material produced at least in part, by the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. This series is largely comprised of the student union produced paper, The Picaro. The series also contains student handbooks (which began being consistently produced by the Student Union in the 1970’s), a Student Union publication called Wednesday Night, the Council Communique (newsletter), Her Voices (newsletter), the student calendar, and other miscellaneous publications.

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