West Georgia College. Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains commencement addresses for West Georgia College and the University of West Georgia from 1977 to 1993 and 2012. This collection also contains newspaper clippings and a list of commencement speakers for West Georgia College.
This collection contains audio recording of various lectures, radio programs, and interviews from the Continuing Education and College in the Country programs at West Georgia College.
This collection contains mainly catalogs published by the West Georgia College Continuing Education program from 1969 through 2004. Some pamphlets, programs, and posters from events held by the Continuing Education Department are also included.
This collection contains the records pertaining to the educational outreach program, College in the Country, at the West Georgia College which existed from 1949 to the 1960s.
This collection contains photographs and negatives from the Continuing Education program at the University of West Georgia from 1949-1969. Key people in photographs include: Irvine S. Ingram, J. Carson Pritchard, Collus O. Johnson, Horace M. King, and Ed Dodd.
Studycades, an educational travel program which was part of the West Georgia College’s Continuing Education department, operated from 1955 to 1977. Materials include memos, programs, itineraries, reports, photographs and slides of the studycades arranged by destination and date.
- Continuing education -- Georgia -- Carroll County 6
- Academic rites and ceremonies -- Georgia 2
- Academic rites and ceremonies -- Georgia. 1
- Baccalaureate addresses 1
- Commencement ceremonies 1
- Commencement ceremonies -- Georgia -- Carrollton 1
- Commencement ceremonies. 1
- Education, Higher -- Georgia 1
- State University of West Georgia--History. 1
- Universities and colleges--Georgia--Administration. 1
- Universities and colleges--Georgia--Carrollton 1
- University of West Georgia--History. 1
- West Georgia College--Commencements. 1
- West Georgia College--History. 1 ∧ less