The Women's Center Records document the Center's educational, research, and advocacy roles at Oregon State University. The collection includes reports and publications, correspondence, committee records, surveys, course records, conference and workshop records, subject files, photographs, and videotapes. The Women's Center was established at Oregon State University in 1973.
9.0 cubic feet, including 9 photographs and 5 videotapes; 9 boxes, including 1 oversize box
The records are arranged by accession until they are fully processed. The larger accessions are internally organized in preliminary series that include reports, correspondence, committee records, surveys, instruction, conferences and workshops, and subject files.
Additional materials pertaining to the Women's Center are part of the President's Commission on the Status of Women (RG 159) and Associated Students of OSU (ASOSU, RG 011) Records as well as the Memorabilia Collection. The Special Collections & Archives Research Center holdings include many collections documenting women's roles as students, faculty, and administrators at Oregon State University, including the Associated Women Students Scrapbook, the Dean of Women's Records (RG 057) and Photographs (P 097); papers of women faculty; and records of women's organizations.