Office of Human Resources Records
Scope and Contents
This collection contains correspondence, faculty and personnel, and miscellaneous information regarding the Office of Human Resources.
- 1962-2019, undated
1.20 Linear Feet
Conditions Governing Access
Open to researchers without restrictions.
Conditions Governing Use
Before publishing quotations or excerpts from any materials, permission must be obtained from Special Collections and University Archives, and the holder of the copyright, if not Old Dominion University Libraries.
Biographical or Historical Information
In 1930, the College of William and Mary developed a two-year campus in Norfolk, located in the former Larchmont grade school on Hampton Boulevard. Initially known as the Norfolk Division of the College William and Mary, the college’s name changed as its course offerings expanded and contracted. The original faculty at the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary in 1930 included thirteen instructors, six full time along with an additional seven who regularly commuted from the Williamsburg campus. Faculty numbers increased in subsequent years in direct proportion to increased course offerings and the school’s continued expansion. The Office of Human Resources has equally grown with the college, providing the backbone of the faculty and staff throughout the years. It has aided in the development of Old Dominion University and its faculty as a whole.
Note written by Joseph Smith
Language of Materials
The Old Dominion University Office of Human Resources Records contains correspondence, faculty and personnel, and miscellaneous information regarding the Office of Human Resources.
Source of Acquisition
Office of Human Resources
Method of Acquisition
The collection was processed by Joseph Smith.
- A Guide to the Office of Human Resources Records
- Joseph Smith; Courtney Williams
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.