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Extent: 11.5 cubic ft.
Organizational Sketch: “SACRAO began in 1947 when a group of registrars and admissions officers met for one and a half days in conjuction with the annual meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), in Louisville, KY. In 1972, the group decided to meet at a time and place determined by the Executive Committee, and held its own meeting in New Orleans in December. This was the only time the association has ever met in New Orleans, since what has become the traditional SACRAO meeting month (February) is at the height of the Mardi Gras season. Fate intervened; however, and SACRAO could return to New Orleans for 2009.
SACRAO was incorporated in September 1986, as a non-profit organization, and attendance at its annual meeting has grown from the original nucleus to over six hundred.
Membership for the 2012-2013 fiscal year includes 3,000+ individuals, representing 580 institutional member colleges and universities in the 13-state region, 24 corporate members from across the U.S., and one educational agency. Membership also includes 100+ honorary, associate, and graduate student members.”
Source: SACRAO, “General Information: History,” http://sacrao.org/?p=missionhistory (Accessed June 25, 2015).
Scope/Content Note: Collection consists of reports, minutes, agendas, programs, and correspondence of the annual business meeting mixed with the minutes of the Executive Committee, an arrangement that reflects how SACRAO's organizational structure evolved. Also included are office files, information concerning standing and ad hoc committees, participant notebooks for MODS and MOSIS, photographs, and a variety of internal membership publications.
Organization: Organized into seven (7) series:
Provenance Note: Over the years various SACRAO officers have collected the organization's archives, though they did not use a single system for doing so. Collection received in the following accessions:
Accession Number: 017-15-0115
Extent: 2 cf
Date Span: 2009-2013
Accession Number: 017-12-0213
Extent: 0.66 cf
Date Span: 1995 - 2012
Accession Number: 017-05-0418
Extent: 1.75 cf
Date Span: 1982-1995
Accession Number: 017-05-0413
Extent: 1 cf
Date Span: 1956-2005
Accession Number: 017-03-001
Extent: 6 cf
Date Span: 1949-2000
Preferred Citation: SACRAO Records, RG017. The Wiregrass Archives, Troy University--Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Acquisition Method: Gift from officers of SACRAO
Access Limits? Open per gift agreement, 11-07-2003
Series 1 Annual Meeting and Executive Committee Minutes, Reports, Etc.: Agendas, programs, reports, minutes, correspondence regaring the annual membership meeting and the various meetings of the Executive Committee. Arranged Chronologically.
Publications: Includes SACRAO membership directories, the Journal, newsletters produced by the national organization, and newsletters published by state affiliates. Arranged chronologically by publication title.
Committee Information: Correspondence, minutes, reports, and research materials produced by or used by committees other than the Executive Committee. Arranged alphabetically by committee name.
Central Files: Subject files compiles by the President and other officers to document the administration of the organization. Arranged alphabetically by topic.
MODS & MOSIS: MODS developed in 1982 as a distinct subunit of SACRAO to expand knowledge of computer applications in admissions. MOSIS replaced MODS as a formally-affiliated group in 1987 to confer on computer applications. Annual conference planning manuals, reports, correspondence, and programs. Arranged chronologically.
Photographs: Still and moving images captured by various members, usually as a consequence of an annual meeting or for a slide presentation or commemoration.
Financial Documents: Records of income and expenditures that document the Treasurer's Reports. Does NOT contain Treasurer's Reports; those appear in Series 1 as part of the annual meeting minutes.