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The Tennessee Tech University Division of Student Affairs provides student support programs and services. As of 2020-2021, the Division includes the Campus Recreation and Fitness Center, Counseling Center, Dean of Students, Accessible Education Center, Eagle Card, Health Services, Multicultural Affairs, Residential Life, Roaden University Center, Service Learning Center, Student Activities and Greek Life, and University Police. For the collection finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/35

1969-2020

Memorandum from Tennessee Tech University Vice President for Student Services Hoyle Lawson to Administrative Council Chair Will Schrader about adding the consideration of the Black Cultural Center Board procedures to the Administrative Council meeting agenda. The memo includes the draft procedures with handwritten notes by an unidentified person.

1989-10-10

 A handbook given to each to student to provide key information about the resources available to them as college students on Tennessee Tech's campus in 1973-1974. This handbook also provides information on rules, regulations, classes, and extracurriculars for students on Tech's campus.

September 1973

 A handbook given to each to student to provide key information about the resources available to them as college students on Tennessee Tech's campus in 1975-1976. This handbook also provides information on rules, regulations, classes, and extracurriculars for students on Tech's campus.

September 1975

 A handbook given to each to student to provide key information about the resources available to them as college students on Tennessee Tech's campus in 1971-1972. This handbook also provides information on rules, regulations, classes, and extracurriculars for students on Tech's campus.

September 1971

A handbook given to each to student to provide key information about the resources available to them as college students on Tennessee Tech's campus in 1964-1965. This handbook also provides information on rules, regulations, classes, and extracurriculars for students on Tech's campus.

July 1964

Handbooks from Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, later Tennessee Technological University, that were given to each to student to provide key information about the resources available to them as college students on Tennessee Tech's campus. These handbooks also provide information on rules, regulations, classes, and extracurriculars for students on Tech's campus.

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