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Student Affairs Moving Images, 1963-1992

Historical Note:

Greek letter social organizations (fraternities and sororities) have been active at Oregon State University (OSU) since the early 20th century; in the 1960s, administrative oversight of fraternities and sororities was provided by the Dean of Students, Dean of Men, and Dean of Women.

The Indian Education Office was one of four culturally specific offices that comprised the Minority Education Office, which provided a safe and welcoming place for students who are navigating the challenges of being a cultural, racial, or ethnic minority at OSU. Currently, the Office of American Indian Initiatives, a component of the Office of Intercultural Student Services, facilitates and supports all university-wide policies and initiatives relating to American Indian/Alaska Native recruitment, retention, and community engagement.


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