Fonds - UBC Summer Session Association fonds

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UBC Summer Session Association fonds

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  • 1928-1929, 1941-1994 (Creation)
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    University of British Columbia. Summer Session Association

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25 cm of textual records
19 photographs: b&w ; 8 x 11 cm or smaller

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(1925-1994)

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The history of summer instruction at the University dates back to 1920 when the institution sponsored Summer School for Teachers. In 1922 the program expanded to become University Summer Session and offered a broad range of courses. The Summer Session Students' Association at UBC was established in 1925 to promote academic and social interaction amongst participants in summer session. The term "Students'" was dropped from the title of the organization in 1953 in an effort to broaden its focus. A weekly Bulletin kept members informed of all campus events (most of which were sponsored by S.S.A.) and other useful information. The Association also provided funding for scholarships and interest-free loans. In 1994, the Summer Session Association was dissolved and its activities taken over by the Alma Mater Society.

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Fonds consists of minutes (1965-1989), copies of the Bulletin (1941-1975), drafts of constitutions and by-laws, financial records (1968-1994), photographs and printed material. Also included are correspondence, reports and schedules relating to S.S.A. sponsored concerts and film festivals.

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Related records may be found in the Alma Mater Society fonds.

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BCAUL control number: UBCARCH-127

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