The Associated Students of the University of San Diego records document the administrative workings of the Associated
Students from 1970 to 2006. Records include budget history, constitution and by-laws, event planning materials, meeting minutes,
and transition documents. Photographs, scrapbooks, and videos give a glimpse into student life and Associated Students leadership
between 1990 and 2008.
Prior to the merger of the College for Men and College for Women into a unified University of San Diego, there were separate
Associated Student Body organizations for each college. In October of 1968, the ASB presidents of each college, Eric Johnson
and Terry Graves, arranged for the first joint meeting to discuss the merger of the two organizations. With the support of
faculty, students and administrators, and the approval of the Board of Trustees, a Provisional Constitution was set in place
to assess how it fit the workings of the new unified student body. The two student body organizations officially became a
united AS government effective in the 1970-1971 academic year.
20 total boxes, 4 oversize
(19.5 linear feet)
21 GB (~18,500 digital files)
This collection is open for research.