The records of the Staff Employees Association include meeting minutes, memoranda, event flyers, and surveys documenting
the functions of the Staff Employees Association during the 1990s. These records show SEA efforts to improve campus parking
policies and financial assistance as well as to plan events for staff.
The Staff Employees Association of the University of San Diego was organized in 1976 as a communication link between University
staff and administration. All staff employees were automatically members of the Staff Employees Association (SEA), but board
members, committee members and representatives conducted the key functions of the organization. Sixteen areas of the University
were represented by twenty-five members. Committees studied such issues as employee benefits, tuition assistance, and the
campus parking policy. Committees also planned events such as the annual Employee Recognition Picnic. Per the SEA Constitution,
the organization would be governed by a Board of Officers consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer
and not less than twelve elected representatives. The association dissolved in the mid 2000s.