06. Office of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection ID: RG 6-6E
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents related to commencement at the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary, Old Dominion College, and Old Dominion University. Contains commencement addresses, audio tapes of commencement ceremonies, and commencement ceremony programs. Digitized versions of commencement programs in PDF format are included for years spanning. The audiotapes of commencement ceremonies are in reel to reel format.
Collection ID: RG 6-4B
Abstract An Old Dominion University administrator, her collection includes the records of Town-N-Gown, a group dedicated to establishing cooperation between the university, the city, and the military.
Dates: 1974-1978, undated; Other: Date acquired: 09/03/1974
Collection ID: RG 6-2A
Abstract The Old Dominion University Office of Alumni Relations Records includes administrative letters, pamphlets, reports, event programs, invitations, and memorabilia of the ODU Alumni Relations and Govertment Relations office from the 1960s to the 2000s.
Dates: 1960-2018, undated; Other: Date acquired: 06/26/2008
Collection ID: RG 6-9A
Abstract The collection contains records from events coordinated by the Events Office. It also contains brochures, posters, flyers and calendars information from various activities, conferences, and workshops.
Dates: circa 1956-2019, undated; Other: Date acquired: 02/10/1978
Collection ID: RG 6-3A
Abstract The ODU-University Relations Records contains items from the Office of the Vice President of University Relations as well as from the Office of Information Services, whose predecessor was Collegiate Relations. It includes correspondence, bumper stickers, reports and product approvals, brochures, newsletters and newspaper clippings.
Dates: circa 1947-2005, undated; Other: Date acquired: 06/09/1976
Collection ID: RG 6-4E
Abstract During the 1970’s, Old Dominion University (ODU) created and broadcasted radio “dialogues,” which consisted of taped public service interviews. The interviews covered on a wide range of topics, such as campus-related issues, the economy, every-day living, and problems over-seas. The segments were recorded on reel-to-reel audio tapes and each one was roughly half-an-hour long. Most of the interviews were done with professors from Old Dominion University, or neighboring schools and programs.
Dates: 1974-1980; Other: Date acquired: 12/11/1981