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Date Span: 1981-2000
Extent: 7 File Folders
Organizational Sketch: At present, Troy University Dothan Campus’s Office of Student and Community Services oversees several other offices on campus including Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, and University Events. Most of this office’s history, however, is rooted in the former, separately accredited institution, Troy State University at Dothan (TSUD). In 1983, two years before TSUD was granted separate SACS accreditation, the Office of Student Affairs, as it was then called, operated independently of some of its future component offices, including Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, and Student Activities. As it grew, it accumulated various other responsibilities, while adding Development onto its office title. Special programs, one of these new responsibilities, acquired in 1989, eventually was of slightly greater importance to the future of the Office of Student Affairs and Development. The Office of Special Programs became a coequal to its former parent office, and only after the death of Dr. Jack Sublette, Vice President of the Office of Student Affairs (and later, simply the Office of Student Affairs), was Special Programs effectively phased out as Dr. Barbara Alford assumed leadership of the newly consolidated Office of Student and Community Affairs. In 1998, Dr. Alford was promoted to Executive Vice President of the University, and former University Relations Director Tony Whetstone led the newly named Office of Student Services. It gained its present title, the Office of Student and Community Services, in 1999. In 2001, Bob Willis assumed leadership of this office. He presently holds those same responsibilities as Dean of Students.
Departmental Meeting Minutes, Oct 1996 - Dec 1998
Departmental Meeting Minutes, Mar 1999 - Mar 2002
Departmental Meeting Minutes, April 2002 - May 2004
MIVER - Ft. Rucker Location Institutional Summary - Self Study - 2002
Semester Conversion, 1997-1999
Semester Conversion, 1997
Strategic Plan - 1995
Award Plaque - [Alzheimer's] A Walk to Remember - 2003 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Community Service Award, 1988-1999 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Outstanding Alumni, 1989-2000 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Outstanding Classified Staff, 1990-2000 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Outstanding Professional Staff, 1990-2000 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Outstanding Volunteerism & Community Service… Fight Against Substance Abuse - 1994 [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Self Help Fund Drive - 1992 - President's Club [TSUD]
Award Plaque - Self Help Fund -1993 [TSUD] - (includes transcript of names on plaque)
Award Plaque - Self Help Fund 1994 [TSUD] - (includes transcript of names on plaque)
Certificate of Appreciation - Wiregrass United Way - 1996 [TSUD]
Banner [Red w/ Black edging] - Troy State University at Dothan, 72 inches x 60 inches
Award - Blue Ribbon - Team T-Shirt Award [1st Place] - 2000 - [Alzheimer's] A Walk to Remember
Award - Blue Ribbon [1st Place] - 2000 - [Alzheimer's] A Walk to Remember
Video [VHS] - TSUD 2002 Fall Graduation - Raw Footage
"The Student News," 1981-82
"The Student News Banner," 1982-1987
"The TSUD Newsline," 1988-1997
"TSUD Student Newsline," 1998-2001
"TSUD Update," 1991-1993
TSUD Recruitment Review, 1999-2000
"History of Distance Education," 1998
Counseling and Career Services Annual Report, 1999-2000
[School Promotion Pamphlets]
Scholarship Packets / Scholarship Advertisements
[ACHE 5-year plan]
"TSUD Today" Publication