This collection contains academic program audits and reviews for undergraduate and graduate programs at UW-River Falls. Information includes, but is not limited to; course statistics and test results, alumni surveys, self-study tools, correspondence, and resumes of faculty.
Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Admission Statistics include Applications received for Fall Quarter; Summary of Applications; Distribution of High School Rank Percentiles for New Freshmen by Sex and Resident Status; New Transfer Students; Returning Students. Registration Statistics include Reports to the Board of Regents and U.S. Office of Education; Enrollment of Foreign, Graduate, and part-time students; Enrollment by College and High School, Summary and Student Lists; Enrollment by Classes, Student Lists.
The River Falls Agrifallians Society was organized on January 8, 1959. Agrifallian Society was the official name given to the club, which consists of Bachelors of Science non-teaching students in agriculture. The purpose of the society is to promote fellowship and to further acquaint students with professional and vocational opportunities in the field of agriculture. -Description from Society History This collection consists mainly of meeting minutes but also contains the constitution, election records, and photographs.
University of Wisconsin--River Falls. College of Agriculture. (1921)
The Alpha Gamma Sigma Sorority existed on the UW-RF campus from 1979 to 1989, and later it then became Lambda Delta Phi. The collection consists of activity files, constitutions and bylaws, correspondence, minutes, a pledge book, rush information, photographs, and scrapbooks that detail different activities of the sorority.
The Alumni Association is composed of graduates from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. The purpose of the group is to promote greater activity among the alumni at commencement, homecoming, and other special functions, to encourage sociability among former students, to create a closer understanding between the college and the community, and to further the interests of higher education in the community.
Beginning in 1934, the River Falls Alumnus was published and distributed to the graduates of the River Falls State Teachers College. The Alumni Bulletin was first compiled by the Public Relations committee in conjunction with the regular college bulletin published by the Board of Regents and ran until about1958. In the Spring of 1952, the River Falls Foundation began publishing, the alumni newsletter, Falcon Features which continues to run today. Alumni newsletters were intended to keep alumni informed with updates to the campus physical plant, faculty, and curriculum. It also serves as a directory for alumni to keep in touch, including personal notices such as marriages, deaths, and career changes.
This series contains information on River Falls graduates who served in the two World Wars. The letters to Pep Hanson were donated by LaVern Delorit in 2000. She was the daughter of Pep Hanson and the wife of Richard Delorit, long-time agriculture faculty member and interim university president from 1967-1968. See UWRF Series 29 (Student Army Training Corps).