Vice President for Development and University Relations records
Scope and Contents
Materials in this collection include pamphlets, biographical sketches, correspondence, news releases, memorandums, photographs, videotape, and publications. They range in date from 1820 to 2003, and were transferred to the University Archives by the Vice President for Development and University Relations. Note: Not all series are processed. Ask staff for assistance.
- George Washington University. Office of the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations (Organization)
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Restrictions on Use
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Historical or Biographical Note
The Vice President for Development and University Relations of The George Washington University reports to the President. The name changed to Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs in 1992 and again to Vice President for Advancement in 2002. Under the Vice President are the Associate Vice President for Advancement, Central University, the Associate Vice President for School Programs, and Associate Vice President for the Medical Center. These offices raise money for University operations and oversee fund raising campaigns and endowments to the University.
N.B. This history note was written in 2005
13.5 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
Collection includes pamphlets, biographical sketches, correspondence, news releases, memorandums, photographs, videotape, and publications.
Organized into eight series: Departmental files; Alumni achievement awards; Honorary alumni; Photographs; Long range planing workbooks; Campus renderings; "GW giving"; and Fundraising and development.
Materials acquired through transfers from Vice President for Development and University Relations.
- Guide to the Vice President for Development and University Relations records, 1820-2003
- University Archives, Special Collections Research Center, The George Washington University
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English