Abstract: Records (1936-2013) of Wartburg’s academic advising, including records of Berefung participants, Career Services, Counseling Services, Learning Resource Center, Pathways Center, and Wartburg’s substance abuse policies.
Extent: 18 boxes.
Abstract: Records (1890-2015) of Academic Deans of Faculty, Honorary Degrees recipients, Summer Sessions, May Terms, Educational Programs, Elderhostel, Faculty Management, and Grants.
Extent: 37 boxes. 15 Audiovisual Items.
Abstract: Records (1936-2016) of Wartburg’s Admissions Department, including viewbooks, and financial aid.
Extent: 17 boxes. 70 Audiovisual Materials.
Abstract: Records (1826-2019) of Wartburg alumni and alumni events. Collection includes audiovisual materials.
Extent: 32 boxes and 24 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1921-2015) of Wartburg’s Business Office, Controller’s Office, and Health Services. Collection includes financial ledgers and cassettes.
Extent: 19 boxes, 29 ledgers, 15 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1925-2016) of Wartburg’s Campus Ministry. Collection also includes audiovisual materials (cassettes).
Extent: 7 boxes and 14 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1927-2015) of general information about the development of Wartburg. Collection also includes records of campaigns and scholarships.
Extent: 20 boxes, 46 audiovisual items.
Dining and Retail Services
Abstract: Records (1897-2012) of Wartburg’s dining services and bookstore.
Extent: 6 boxes.
Abstract: Records (1923-2015) of Wartburg’s human resources. Collection also includes information about faculty and staff personnel as well as non-academic personnel.
Extent: 15 boxes.
Information Technology Services
Abstract: Records (1981-2007) regarding the Information Technology Services (ITS) at Wartburg.
Extent: 1 box.
Institutional Research and Assessment
Abstract: Records (1880-2012) of various reports/accreditations from departments and other higher education establishments. Collection also includes records of enrollment management and student ratings of instruction. Collection includes audiovisual items of accreditations.
Extent: 26 boxes and 2 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1920-2014) of information regarding the various libraries on the Wartburg College campus. Records pertain to library administration, buildings, circulation, collection development, curriculum, general records, publications, student employees, and technology. Collection includes audiovisual items as well as bound volumes.
Extent: 46 boxes, 25 bound volumes, and 13 audiovisual items.
Marketing and Communication
Abstract: Materials (1935-2016) related to the functions of the Division of Marketing and Communication, including promotional materials for campus offices, events, alumni and personnel, historical information, press releases, publicity, and audiovisual items.
Extent: 215 boxes, and 36 audiovisual items.
Operations and Maintenance
Abstract: Records (1866-2016) of the Operations and Maintenance Department, regarding various Wartburg buildings, maintenance, blueprints, and sustainability. Collection includes audiovisual items documenting buildings’ and projects’ development.
Extent: 82 boxes and 15 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1842-2010) of Wartburg administration, Presidents/President’s reports, and governing bodies. Collection includes audiovisual materials, including audio reels, cassettes, and VHS tapes.
Extent: 93 boxes and 20 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1885-2015) – records of academic planners, registrar, and schedules of classes. Collection includes information regarding graduation.
Extent: 18 boxes.
Abstract: Records (1936-2009) from the Residential Life Office, including housing proposals/assignments/applications for Grossmann and Lohe Hall, as well as various reports.
Extent: 13 boxes.
Security and Safety Office
Abstract: Records (1971-2014) from the Security Office/Campus Security, including reports, policies, and various miscellaneous information.
Extent: 2 boxes.
Abstract: Records (1919-2019) from Wartburg’s Student Life Office, the Center for Community Engagement, diversity at Wartburg, and Orientation. The collection also includes cassettes regarding student life.
Extent: 15 boxes and 95 audiovisual items.
Abstract: Records (1985-2012) of Wartburg West. Collection includes applications, handbooks, and newspaper clippings.
Extent: 1 box.
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