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ERIC Number: ED039880
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 43
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[Selected Aspects of the Junior College Union Center.]
This collection of seven individual but related papers provides a variety of perspectives from which to view the union center. The roles of the union according to several authorities are initially considered. Two approaches to the integration of the union into the college and community environment are discussed, with examples cited from experiences at El Centro College, California, and the Duluth campus of the University of Minnesota. An outline of program and personnel responsibilities of the union director follows, combined with suggestions of an institution's responsibility to the activity staff. Both past and future adjustments in organizing student government, and student government's relationship to the student union at a state school of science are presented, followed by a description of the nature and development of a student union program for 2-year colleges (including charts of four organizational models). The final paper reviews student union operations at Western Washington State College, and specifically reports on success in the use of student managers, residence halls for summer conferences, and dining facilities for pre-game meals and public relations. [Because of marginal reproducibility of original, this document is not available in hard copy.] (JO)
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Note: Papers presented at the Special Summer Course for Two-Year Colleges, sponsored by the Department of University Student Unions, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969