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Archival Collections found in the University Archives of Trinity University 

Campus and Community Involvement Office FilesAdministrative files of registered student organizations. This collection includes files on the Trinity Association of Chicano Student, the Trinity Association of Hispanic Students, Las ALAS, Latino Exchange, and the Latin American Assistance Forum

Latin American Studies Program - The Latin American Studies Program began in 1966 and last until the late 1970s.  This collection contains documentation on the creation of the program major, some committee meeting minutes, correspondence with lecturers and print materials from events.

Monroe G. Everett Records - Monroe G. Everett was Trinity president from 1942-1950. Everett led the transition to San Antonio and merger with the University of San Antonio.  Material includes correspondence and documents related to the operations of the university.

Public Relations Subject Files - Files related to various campus departments, programs, and events.

Robert Hunter Papers - Robert Hunter was a political science professor with a focus on Central and South American political studies.  He was also an advisor to the Young Democrats and was involved in community issues, specifically the Action for Community Development group.

San Antonio Female College Collection - What would eventually become the University of San Antonio, the San Antonio Female College was a Methodist institution which was founded in the 1890s.  Trinity merged with this school in 1942.  This collection includes a bulletin for the Wesleyan Institute, a related boarding school for young Mexican and Mexican American boys.

Student Organizations Collection - A compiled collection of various student organizations.  This collection includes files on the Trinity Association of Chicano Students and the Trinity Association of Hispanic Students.

Tomás Rivera Center - The Texas office of the Tomás River Center was housed at Trinity University from 1988-1996.

Trinity University Language School Summer Program - Trinity University held a summer language school in Mexico throughout the 1940s after the university moved to San Antonio.  This collection contains course bulletins related to the program.  Additional material may be found in the Woodlawn Collection.

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