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Collection Summary

Identifier

UA 1

Title

President’s Office Records

Creator

Office of the President, South Dakota State University

Dates

1887-2019

Extent

30.21 linear feet [23 records boxes, 1 small records box, 2 oversize boxes, 2 framed items] videocassettes, CD-ROMs, photographs

Language

English

Repository

South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections
Hilton M. Briggs Library (SBL) Room 241, Box 2115
1300 North Campus Drive
Brookings, SD 57007
Phone: 605-688-5094
Email: arcrefs@sdstate.edu

Access Note

This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. This material does not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Preferred Citation

Name of item, UA 1, box #, folder #, President’s Office Records, South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.

Abstract

The Office of the President is responsible for regulating and overseeing the general administration of the university. The collection is composed of administrative material generated and received by the Office of the President of South Dakota State University. Included are files related to the history of the university, anniversary celebrations, campus buildings, the engineering controversy of the 1970s, and Resolution 21.

Historical Note

The Office of the President is responsible for regulating and overseeing the general administration of the university. Along with various administrative duties, each year the president prepares an annual report, which is delivered to the Board of Regents. This report generally includes information about past and present university affairs and policies, as well as future plans and suggestions.

Originally, the president performed most of the university's administrative duties. Presidents often were members of the faculty as well. As administrative functions became more complex, the duties of the president were spread among other administrators. The Board of Regents appoints the president of the university.

George Lilley, 1884-1886

George Lilley became the first president of Dakota Agricultural College in 1884 when he was only 30 years old. At this time the college building was only partially complete and seeing how he would not be able to open the college without a building, Lilley gave a third of his $1,500 salary to finish three rooms of the building. On September 23, 1884, 35 students had enrolled in the preparatory course of the college. Over the next two years, the enrollment grew to 252. The first person to receive their degree from South Dakota State graduated on June 24, 1886. The regents felt Lilley was not able to maintain discipline among the students. They had also learned that Lilley had overstated his qualifications. He had not received a college degree and his title of “doctor” was honorary. Lilley submitted his resignation in 1886.

Lewis McLouth, 1887-1896

Lewis McLouth became president of the Dakota Agricultural College in 1887. Prior to coming to South Dakota State, he was professor of physics at Michigan State University. During McLouth’s tenure, the School of Pharmacy was established and the focus of the college began to shift to college courses in industrial and vocational fields. Numerous courses were added and new faculty were hired to meet the growing needs of the fledging college. Several buildings were built, including the North building, South building, shop building, and barns and farm buildings. McLouth also privately built Woodbine Cottage, which was later bought by the college and has housed almost all of the presidents. The Dakota Agricultural College became the South Dakota Agricultural College after South Dakota was recognized as a state in 1889. McLouth’s presidency was marred by political upheaval and student unrest. The regents asked for his resignation in July 1894, however, McLouth did not leave until 1896.

John W. Heston, 1986-1903

John Heston came to South Dakota State in 1896. Previously, he was the president of Washington State College. Under Heston’s guidance, the college saw an increase in enrollment and the construction of new campus buildings such as Solberg Hall. He also introduced electives, majors and minors, and specialized Bachelor's degrees including the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Agriculture, and Bachelor of Engineering. Heston oversaw the formation of new departments such as music and foreign languages in the liberal arts, and mechanical, agricultural and electrical divisions in engineering. He also emphasized the necessity for teaching sciences such as biology, chemistry, and physics in the study of agriculture. Heston had an uneasy relationship with the regents. In 1903, the regents dismissed him as president of South Dakota State, and installed him as the president of Dakota State University in 1905.

James Chalmers, 1903-1903

James Chalmers became president of South Dakota State in 1903. He was an effective leader with an extensive background as a minister, teacher, and administrator. Chalmers introduced the new Education Department into the curriculum. Well-liked by the faculty and students, he was a strong advocate for the college and an adept speaker. During his tenure there was an effort to move the study of engineering from South Dakota State to the University of South Dakota. Chalmers successfully fought this attempt. The Board of Regents offered Chalmers the presidency of the University of South Dakota. After initially accepting the appointment, Chalmers had resigned from being president of USD before he started.

Robert L. Slagle, 1906-1914

In 1906, Robert L. Slagle left his position as president of the South Dakota School of Mines to become president of South Dakota Agricultural College. He had received a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University and had previously been on the faculty at South Dakota State. Slagle oversaw the increase in standards for admission, the reorganization of agricultural courses, and the establishment of summer school and correspondence courses. He also started the School of Agriculture, which offered high school courses during the winter months, making secondary education a possibility for a large number of rural students. During his presidency, the college changed its name to South Dakota State College of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts, which reflected not only the general coursework and agricultural classes taught, but also the study of engineering. In 1914, Slagle moved on to become president at the University of South Dakota.

Ellwood C. Perisho, 1914-1918

Ellwood C. Perisho was named president of South Dakota State in 1914. He had most recently been dean of arts and sciences at the University of South Dakota. Perisho received his degrees from Earlham College and the University of Chicago. During his term as president, South Dakota State became accredited by the North Central Association and started the Cooperative Extension Service. New subjects were introduced and many new buildings were built, including the stock judging pavilion, a hog plant, a poultry plant, Wecota Hall, and the Administration Building. World War I had affected the work of the college. Between 1917 and 1918, military trainees were housed on campus and given instruction for skills needed in the armed forces. Special courses in agriculture, engineering, and home economics were introduced as part of the war effort. Perisho took a leave of absence in 1918 and resigned in 1919.

Willis E. Johnson, 1919-1923

Willis E. Johnson came to South Dakota State College as president in 1919. He received degrees from St. Cloud State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, and the University of Minnesota. Prior to coming to South Dakota State he was president of Northern State University. Johnson was the first president to enjoy a formal inauguration. During his term, there were enormous problems with the college infrastructure and many financial difficulties resulting from World War I. Johnson was in office when many extra-curricular activities began. During his term, many student organizations were formally recognized, and intercollegiate athletics became a regular part of college life. He succeeded in opening the student bookstore and placing the post office on campus. The Printing Department also began during his term. One of his most important contributions was the creation of five divisions of study, which were precursors of today's academic colleges. The Board of Regents recognized Johnson for these contributions by naming him South Dakota State’s first president emeritus in 1923.

Charles W. Pugsley, 1923-1940

Charles William Pugsley was named president of South Dakota State in 1923 after holding the position of assistant secretary of the United States Department Agriculture under Henry C. Wallace during the Harding administration. He received his education from the University of Nebraska, where he eventually became head of the agronomy and farm management department. He reorganized the administration into a system of deans with separate administration for financial affairs. During his term, the nursing program was established, as was the Civil Aeronautics program. In addition, enrollment went from 698 to 1,376. Several buildings were constructed including the Coughlin Campanile, the Coolidge Sylvan Theatre, and the Lincoln Memorial Library, which was dedicated in 1927 by President Calvin Coolidge. Pugsley also broke ground for the first student union, which eventually was named after him. Upon his retirement in 1940, Pugsley became president emeritus.

Lyman E. Jackson, 1940-1946

Lyman Jackson became president of South Dakota State in 1940. He received his B.S. and M.S. from the University of Wisconsin, and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Jackson was junior dean of agriculture at the Ohio State University prior to arriving at South Dakota State. He became president just before the United States entered World War II. The impact of the war on the college was great, with decreased enrollment, the use of college buildings as barracks, and rationing. During his tenure, Jackson established the Junior College Division. This plan separated the freshman and sophomore students from the upper-class students, instituted student advising, and established rules and regulations for overseeing the student body. Jackson also made changes to the School of Agriculture to help it run more efficiently. One of the most daunting tasks during his term was in preparing the college for the return of the veterans and the many students who had left to aid in the war efforts, and administering the GI Bill. He resigned his position as president in 1946 to become dean of agriculture at Pennsylvania State University.

George Lincoln Brown, 1940

From July through September 1940, George L. Brown was the official President of South Dakota State College of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts. He received his B.S. and M.S. from the University of Missouri and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. He came to South Dakota State in 1897 as a professor in mathematics and during his time here he held the positions of vice president and dean of faculty. Through the years, he had often been named acting president during presidential searches, but he had never been officially named president. This honor was given to him until another president could be named. The Board of Regents named him president emeritus in 1944.

Fred H. Leinbach, 1947-1951

Fred Leinbach became president of South Dakota State in 1947. He was previously dean of agriculture and head of animal husbandry at the University of Maryland. His presidency was marked by a controversy in the reorganization of the Division of Agriculture, which led to Leinbach's eventual resignation. Many buildings were constructed during his tenure, including several agricultural buildings, the Men's dormitory, and Printing and Rural Journalism Building. Public power from the Missouri River Basin Project became available during this time, which helped in running the campus. The Faculty Association was formed, giving faculty a voice in decisions involving their work. The graduate programs continued to develop, and enrollment increased considerably in both graduate and undergraduate programs. His tenure also saw the first hiring of a vice president to manage the increasing enrollment. Another highlight of Leinbach's term was the acquisition of the Harvey Dunn paintings, which now form a core collection for the South Dakota Art Museum. Leinbach resigned in 1951.

Harold M. Crothers, 1946, 1951, 1957-1958

Harold Crothers, class of 1910 and longtime engineering professor, was named acting president on three separate occasions, in 1947, 1951 and 1957 to 1958. He was never officially named president. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Crothers became professor and head of electrical engineering in 1923. He served as dean of the Division of Engineering from 1925 through 1957 when he attained dean emeritus status.

John W. Headley, 1952-1957

John Headley was appointed to the presidency in 1951. He had most recently been the president of St. Cloud State University. He received his B.S. from Dakota State University and M.A. and Ph.D. from Colorado State University. During Headley's term, new Ph.D. programs began for animal science and plant science, and the Division of Nursing was established. Tenure policy was created for faculty, along with a sabbatical leave program. Enrollment continued to grow, and new dormitories were built including Harding Hall, which was used as a residence hall at that time. Headley also adopted a plan for an art museum, which became a reality during the presidency of Hilton M. Briggs. While still president of South Dakota State, Headley died in a tragic hunting accident in 1957.

Hilton M. Briggs, 1958-1975

In 1958, Hilton M. Briggs was appointed president at South Dakota State. He served in that capacity for 17 years, the longest tenure in the presidential office. He received his B.S. from Iowa State University, M.S. from North Dakota State University, and Ph.D. from Cornell University. He held positions as professor and associate dean of agriculture at Oklahoma State University and dean of agriculture at the University of Wyoming. During his tenure, the South Dakota State College of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts became South Dakota State University, divisions became colleges, and the campus grew to match its increasing status. The number of departments grew, enrollment increased by more than half, and the number of buildings on campus almost doubled. Briggs was also instrumental in beginning the social fraternities and sororities on campus and initiating women's intercollegiate athletics. He also guided the campus through the controversy and activism of the 1960s and 1970s. The Faculty Association became the Academic Senate with decision-making capacity under Briggs’ leadership, and the Student Association also took on more responsibility. Upon his retirement in 1975, he was designated a Distinguished Professor of Agriculture, taught for two years, and was appointed director of International Programs. He was involved in the development of the Botswana Africa Project, a United States Agency for International Development program for teaching, research, and agricultural extension in that country.

Sherwood O. Berg, 1975-1984

Sherwood Berg took office in 1975 and became the first graduate of South Dakota State to be named president. After returning from service in World War II, he received his B.S. in agricultural economics in 1947 from South Dakota State. He earned his M.S. degree at Cornell University in 1948 and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1951. He came to SDSU after serving as the director of the Indonesia Project of the Midwest University Consortium for International Affairs. Before that, he held positions as the dean of the Institute of Agriculture, and professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Minnesota. During Berg’s tenure, South Dakota State saw the internationalization of the campus. Collaborative programs were established in Syria, Botswana, Senegal, and Mauritania, and the number of international students on campus grew. In addition, he oversaw the groundwork for the first endowed chair for the university, the Ethel Austin Martin-Edward Moss Martin Chair in Human Nutrition. Berg retired from the presidency in 1984 and became president emeritus.

H. Ray Hoops, 1984-1985

H. Ray Hoops accepted the position as president of South Dakota State University in 1984. He received his B.S. in speech correction from Eastern Illinois and M.S. and Ph.D. in audiology and speech science from the Purdue University. Before coming to SDSU, Hoops was the vice president for academic affairs at North Dakota State University. Soon after his arrival, he encountered difficulties with the Board of Regents. He became entangled in a situation that involved a faculty member testifying before the South Dakota State Senate. Hoops claimed he was told to fire the individual and he refused. Hoops resigned in 1985.

Robert T. Wagner, 1985-1997

Robert Wagner became the university president in 1985. He earned a doctorate from South Dakota State University, making him the second alumnus to become president of this institution. He held a position on the faculty in sociology and moved into the administration at South Dakota State. Despite constant budget problems, the campus expanded and technology became a major factor in the university. The College of Education and Counseling was established, and many buildings were built including Meadows North and Meadows South halls, the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory, and the Northern Plains Biostress Laboratory. He retired as president in 1997 and was awarded president emeritus status by the Board of Regents.

Peggy Gordon (Elliott) Miller, 1998-2006

In 1998, Peggy Gordon (Elliott) Miller became the 18th President of South Dakota State University and the first woman to lead this institution. She came to South Dakota State from Washington, D.C. where she was a senior fellow and acting vice-president for Academic and International Programs at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Prior to that she was president of the University of Akron from 1992 to 1996. She received her Ph.D. from Indiana University and served as the school’s chancellor for its Northwest campus from 1984 to 1992. During her tenure as president of SDSU, the university celebrated its 125th anniversary, and began the Jackrabbit Guarantee scholarship, new Ph. D and research programs, the Center of Excellence, and the Vanguard Center. New buildings were constructed, including the Performing Arts Center and Caldwell Hall. Plans for a wellness center, an equestrian practice facility, and the research park were underway. It was also at this time the university began the process of moving to NCAA Division I athletics. She stepped down as president of SDSU in 2006.

David L. Chicoine, 2007-2016

David L. Chicoine, Ph.D. was named the 19th president of South Dakota State University in 2007 and was the third alumnus to hold that position. He received his B.S. in agribusiness in 1969 from SDSU, M.S. in agricultural economics in 1971 from University of Delaware, M.A. in economics in 1978 from Western Illinois University, and Ph.D. in agricultural economics in 1979 from the University of Illinois. Prior to becoming president of SDSU, Chicoine held several positions in the University of Illinois system, including Extension economist and specialist; head of the Department of Agricultural Economics; dean of the College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences; and Vice President for Technology and Economic Development. During his presidency, SDSU heavily invested in upgrading and building new academic buildings, residence halls, and athletic facilities. Chicoine also oversaw SDSU’s move from NCAA Division II to Division I athletics. The university’s emphasis on research grew during his term as well. Chicoine left his position as president in 2016, and is now on the faculty in SDSU’s Department of Economics.

Barry H. Dunn, 2016-

Barry Dunn became the fourth alumnus to be president of South Dakota State University in 2016. Dunn received his B.S degree in biology in 1975, M.S. in animal science in 1977, and Ph.D. in animal science in 2000 from South Dakota State University. Between 1979 and 1996 he ran his family’s ranch near Mission, S.D. From 1997 to 2004, he was an Extension livestock specialist and an assistant professor at South Dakota State in the Department of Animal and Range Science. In 2004, he joined the faculty at Texas A&M University-Kingsville as executive director of the King Ranch Institute for Range Management. In 2010, Dunn returned to SDSU to become the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council endowed dean of the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences. In addition, he was also the director of SDSU Extension and a professor of animal science. Dunn’s inauguration will be held Thursday, September 29 at 3 p.m. at Coolidge Sylvan Theatre.

Contents Note

The bulk of the material is composed of administrative material generated and received by the Office of the President of South Dakota State University.

Folders consists of correspondence, budget material, reports, committee minutes, accreditation material, master and strategic planning files, South Dakota Board of Regents files, material related to Resolution 21, the college name change, and the engineering controversy of the 1970s. Also includes are files related to student organizations, campus buildings, statistics, anniversary celebrations, university history, and photographs.

No material has been found for the following university presidents: James Chalmers, Robert L. Slagle, George Lincoln Brown, Harold M. Crothers, and H. Ray Hoops.

Related Resources

History of S.D.S.C., South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Brookings, S. D., South Dakota State College, 1913-1930?
Call number: Archives: S537.S6 H47

A recent history of South Dakota State University; beginning July 1, 1975, by J. Howard Kramer
[S.l.: s.n., 1977?]
Call number: Archives: S537.S6 K7 1977

Report of the president of the State Agricultural College of South Dakota, Brookings, S. D., Agriculture College of South Dakota
The College, 1896-19--?
Call number: Archives: S537.S6 A455

SDSU president's faculty committee: two-year report, South Dakota State University
Brookings, S. D., South Dakota State University, Office of the President, 2000.
Call number: Archives: 537.S6 S60166

Summer session report, South Dakota State University
Brookings, S. D., South Dakota State University, 1964-.
Call number: Archives: S537.S6 A4

The president of South Dakota State University, Brookings reports to the people of South Dakota, South Dakota State University
Brookings, S. D., South Dakota State University, 19-- - 1965.
Call number: Archives: S537 S6 A29

The president's annual report, South Dakota State University
Brookings, S. D., South Dakota State University, 1966-.
Call number: Archives: S537.S6 A29

Subject Headings

  • Berg, Sherwood O.
  • Briggs, Hilton M. (Marshall)
  • Chicoine, David L.
  • College presidents
  • College presidents -- Inauguration
  • College presidents -- Speeches, addresses, etc.
  • Colleges and universities
  • Dunn, Barry H.
  • Engineering controversy
  • Headley, John W.
  • Jackson, Lyman E. (Edson)
  • Johnson, Willis E.
  • Leinbach, Fred H.
  • Lilley, George W.
  • McLouth, Lewis
  • Miller, Peggy Gordon (Elliott)
  • Perisho, Ellwood C.
  • Pugsley, Charles W. (William)
  • Resolution 21
  • Wagner, Robert T. (Todd)

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This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Researchers conducting extensive research are asked to make an advance appointment to access archival material. Please call or e-mail prior to visiting the collection and indicate as much detail as possible about a particular topic and intended use.

South Dakota State University supports access to the materials, published and unpublished, in its collections. Nonetheless, access to some items may be restricted as a result of their fragile condition or by contractual agreements with donors.

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Container List: President's Office Records UA 1

BoxFolderDescriptionDate(s)
18624-H Foundation By-Laws1963
11Abourezk, James, Senator1974
12Academic Advising Advisory Committee Annual Reports2004-2007
157Academic Master Plan1970-1971, undated
19Academic Senate1996
110Academic Senate1997
13Academic Senate1976-1977
14Academic Senate1982-1984
15Academic Senate1985-1986
16Academic Senate1987-1989
17Academic Senate1990-1992
18Academic Senate1993-1995
111Academic Senate1998-1999
112Academic Senate2000-2001
113Academic Senate2002-2004
114Academic Senate2005-2008
1628Access to Quality1992, 1996
1739Accountability Report2008
115Accreditation1927-1976
116Accreditation Home Economics1981-1982
117Accreditation Journalism and Mass Communicationsundated
118Accreditation Nursing1983-1984
1744Active Learning Cloud2009
119Ad Hoc Retention of Old , Historic Buildings1977-1993
1839Administration Building Remodel2008
120Administrative Associates Committee2006, 2008
121Administrative Associates Program1986-1987
122Administrative Committee Handbook  Minutes, Correspondence, Guidelines1994-2009
123Administrative Council1941-1945
124Administrative Council1945-1948
125Administrative Council1948-1950
21Administrative Council1950-1952
22Administrative Council1952-1956
23Advisory Council  Articles of Organization (purpose, roles)1954-1977
24Advisory Council  Membership1976 1953
25Advisory Council  Minutes1973 1954
26Advisory Groupsundated
27Affirmative Action1986, 1988
1823Ag Museum Rammed Earth Acquisition1988-1995
1820Ag Museum Vehicle Titles; Hobo Day Fundamentals1982-1995
29Agricultural Cooperatives College Policy1948 1946
210Agricultural Engineering Building Dedication1960
211Agricultural Engineering Building Fire1957
212Agricultural Heritage Museum1976-1977
1819Agricultural Research Station1980, 1992
28Agriculture1942
213Agronomy Department Correspondence1953-1955
1864Air Force ROTC Agreements1985-2010
214Air Force ROTC Education Services Agreement1979
215Alcohol and Illegal Drugs Policy Statement1991
216Allotments1953-1955
217Alumni Association1974, 1977-1978
1733Alumni Events2007
2341Alumni Legislators Reception2007
218Amdahl, Gene1947, 1976-1989
2256American Ambassador to Norway dinner2002
219American Association of University Professors1962-1972
220American Association of University Professors1976-1991
221American Association of University Women1933, 1950, 1956
2512American Council on Education Membership Support Certificate2013
1519American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees1980-1981, 1994-1996
231Analysis and Summary of Recommendations from All Committees and Task Forces Under the Lead Forward Land Grant Planning Framework2005
222Archives Committee2002-2003
1865Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps1998-2009
121Army ROTC Application and Agreement for Establishment of Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps Unit1965
223Army ROTC North State College ROTC Extension Center Agreement1980
224Assessment Committee Minutes2003-2004
225Assistant to the President1980
226Athletic Department1953-1954
228Athletic Report1981-1982
227Athletic, Intramural and Recreation Committee2003, 2007
1838Athletics, HPER Center Separation2008
1511Attorney General1972
229Audit Responses1984-1986
230Audit Responses1987-1988
177Audit Responses2000-2004, 2008, 2011
232Back to School Picnic2005
2316Back to School Picnic2006
231Bailey, Harold S.1963-1965
232Beatty, Don W.1952-1953
233Beef Barn Fire1957
1510Beef Bowl1971, 1991
234Behavior at Sports Events  Agreement Between Augustana College and SDSU Students1949
235Bentley, Orville G.1962
2031Berg, Dr. Sherwoodundated
2560Berg: Clipping, Photograph1978
221Berg: Inauguration1975
236Bernard Osher Foundation2001
237Biennial Budget1963-1965
238Biennial Report1960-1962
2142Biennial Report1960-1962
239Biennial Report1964-1966
240Biennial Report1966-1969
1616Biology Microbiology1989
241Biostress Center of Excellence2001 circa
242Blue Ribbon Panel on the University Core Curriculum1987-1989
243Board of Regents1930-1977
178Board of Regents Appropriations Budget Hearings Packet2000
1725Board of Regents Appropriations Committee Budget Hearings Packet2005
1730Board of Regents Appropriations Committee Budget Hearings Packet2006, 2010-2011
246Board of Regents Biographical Information, clippings, etc.1969-1987
1720Board of Regents Budget Briefings2003, 2006, 2008
1753Board of Regents Budget Recommendations FY98undated
1638Board of Regents Budget Requests1996-1999
1714Board of Regents Budget Requests2001, 2004-2005
244Board of Regents Engineering Analysis1976
245Board of Regents General Policies and Procedures1950-1956
1717Board of Regents Operating Budget2002
247Board of Regents Task Force on County Extension Agents1982-1985
31Bomb Threat Procedure1991-1996
32Bookstore1973, 1980
33Botany and Entomology Summer Camp (Surplus Property Lands)1952
34Boy Scouts - Sioux Council Diamond Jubilee Camp-o-Rama1985
35Briggs Library Dedication1977
2032Briggs, Dr. Hilton M.1968-1981
36Briggs, Stephen F. Scholarship1957-2006
2141Briggs: Appointment Calendar1996
2145Briggs: Christmas Cardsundated
2146Briggs: Correspondence1974, undated
152Briggs: Correspondence to Faculty1961, 1964
2548Briggs: Holiday Cardsundated
2149Briggs: Miscellaneous Items1965-1977
2143Briggs: Obituary, Clippings, Funeral Program2001
2154Briggs: Speeches1961-1969
2155Briggs: Speeches1970-1974
2242Brochures2000
1515Brookings Area Foundation1977, 1980, 1984
37Brookings Area United Way (Certificates of Appreciation)2000-2003
38Brookings Centennial1979
310Brookings School Board1936-1951
2513Brookings SDSU Day2019
39Brookings, City of - Lease Agreement1966
1633BST in Construction Management1993-1994
1844Budget and Finance2009-2010
1727Budget Briefing Packet2005
1716Budget Packets2001, 2005, 2009, 2011
311Budget Reductions1994
2514Building for South Dakota's Future: Strategic Planning Framework 2008-20122008
312Buildings and Grounds Committee1945, 1963, 1976, 2005
122Burchill, Connie1972
313Burchill, Connie1973-1974
2250Bush Faculty Development Proposal: Energizing a Community of Learners in a Lead Forward Land Grant University2001
314Bush Foundation1979-1981
315Bush Foundation1993-1997
173Bush Foundation1999-2004, undated
1610Business and Industry Round Table Final Report1988
316Business Office1952-1954
1740Campaign Investment Opportunity2008
1754Campus Direction and Distinctionundated
1745Campus Enrollment Spatial Mapping2009
317Campus Organizational Structure2009
2144Capital Improvements and Deferred Maintenance Requests1966
1611Capital University Center, South Dakota State University, Northern State University1988, 1994
1521Capitol University Center1983, 1987, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002-2003
174Career Service Advisory Council1999-2004
318Career Service Advisory Council Constitution and Bylaws (founding)1976-1982, 1994, 2000
319Career Service Advisory Council Minutes1978-1983
320Career Service Advisory Council Minutes1984-1986
321Career Service Advisory Council Minutes1986-1987
322Career Service Advisory Council Minutes1987-1988
323Career Service Advisory Council Minutes2004-2011
2370Celebrating faculty excellence2009
2515Celebration for Faculty Excellence2010-2019
324Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1987
325Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1988
327Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1991
326Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1989-1990
328Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1992-1993
41Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship1994-1996
42Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Budget Reports1987, 1989
43Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Contracts1988-1989
44Center for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Job Training Partnership Act Reports1987-1990
2015Center for Public Higher Education Annual Report1993, 1995
2016Center for Public Higher Education Annual Report1996, 1997
45Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding and Dedicated Service to 4-H (plaque)undated
2317Change in College of General Studies and Outreach Programs2006
46Chapman, R.Y.1954
2340Chicoine: Article in State Alumni magazine2007
2343Chicoine: Clippings2007
2550Chicoine: Commencement Luncheon2011
2344Chicoine: Correspondence2007
2363Chicoine: Correspondence2008
252Chicoine: Email correspondence2010
2372Chicoine: E-mail correspondence2009
2342Chicoine: Holiday Card2007
2362Chicoine: Holiday Card2008
2371Chicoine: Holiday Card2009
251Chicoine: Holiday Card2010
255Chicoine: Holiday card2011
257Chicoine: Holiday Card2012
2348Chicoine: Holiday open house (invitation)2007
2349Chicoine: Inauguration CD-ROM, September 152007
2350Chicoine: Inauguration clippings2007
2351Chicoine: Inauguration invitation2007
2352Chicoine: Inauguration memorabilia2007
2353Chicoine: Inauguration planning2007
2354Chicoine: Inauguration posters2007
2355Chicoine: Inauguration programs2007
2551Chicoine: Inauguration Programs, Invitations2007
2356Chicoine: Inauguration tickets2007
189City of Brooking Miscellaneous2006-2011
47Class of 1949 Scholarship Endowment (Endowment List)1999
48Coacher, Elgie B.1963-1967
49Coca Cola Contract1997
410College Grove1887
411College Name Change South Dakota State College to South Dakota State University1961-1963
412College of Agriculture Land Exchange1965-1966
1855College of Counseling and Human Development2005-2010
1715College of Education and Counseling2001, 2004
1858College of Education and Human Science2009
1859College of Engineering Accreditation2010
158College of Engineering Issues1970-1971, undated
123College of Engineering Legislative Legal Papers Regarding Constitutionality of House Bill 7661971
1856College of Family and Consumer Sciences2007
175College of Family and Consumer Sciences1999-2000, 2002-2003
413College of Home Economics New Classroom Building1964
1854College of Nursing1999, 2004
1741College of Pharmacy2008
1860College of Pharmacy Accreditation2011
176College of Pharmacy Strategic Plan1999
165Commencement1986, 1994, 1997
414Committee D Minutes Academic Master Plan1969-1970
415Committee on Committees1984-2008
1635Compact 20001995, 2002-2003
416Computer Center1977-1980, 1985-1986
417Conference of Senates1974-1984
418Conference of Senates1988-2000
125Consolidation Petitions, correspondence, clippings1932
1861Construction Management Association2013
419Consulting Rights for Employees1975-1990
1836Continuity of Operation Plan2007
1755Contributions of N.E. Hansenundated
1815Cooperative Extension Service2008-2011
1023Cooperative Extension Service Plan of Work1964-1965
420Coordinating Committee State-National Land Policy1948-1953
421Cost per Student Credit Hour and per FTE Student2000
422Coughlin Campanile1980-1995
423Council of Higher Education Agreements Between1981-1990
191Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1968
192Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1969
193Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1970
194Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1971
195Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1972
196Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1973
197Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1974
198Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1975
199Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1976
1910Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1977
1911Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1978
1912Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1979
1913Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1980
1914Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1981
1915Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1982
1916Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1983
1917Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1984
1918Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1985
1919Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1986
1920Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1987
1921Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1988
1922Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1989
1923Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1990
1924Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1991
1925Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1992
1926Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1993
1927Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1994
1928Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1995
1929Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1996
1930Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1997
1931Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1998
1932Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes1999
1933Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2000
1934Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2001
1935Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2002
1936Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2003
1937Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2004
201Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2005
202Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2006
203Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2007
204Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2008
205Council of Presidents and Superintendents Meeting Minutes2009
124Court Cases USD Statement Vandalism1950
1826Crothers Engineering Audition and Renovation1997
424Dakota Dunes Project1988-1989
1617Dakota Lakes Research Farm1989-1990, 2008
1621Dakota Prairie Playhouse1990-1992, 1998-2002
1516Dakota Proposition1978, 1980
425Dakota State College Agreement of Cooperation (SDSU Elementary School and Nursery School Certification Program)1978
426Daktronics Advertising Agreement1978
427Davis Study Curricula Study of the Institutions of Higher Education in South Dakota1963
428Day Care1992-2001
429Day Care Center1978-1983, 1992
2516Decentralized Budget Model Fiscal Year 20182017
236Dedication of Caldwell Hall and the University Student Union2005
2320Dedication of North Central Agricultural Research Laboratory2006
2147Demonstration Consumer Health Education Program1971
1821Department of Criminal Investigation Agreement1986
430Departmental Governance1976-1977, 1994
1837DePuy Military Hall2007-2008
431DePuy, William E., General1987
237Designation as an Eligible Institution Under Title III (HEA)2005
432Development Hall Fire1953, 1969
433Development Office The President's Club1985 circa
434Dezonia, Robert H.1975-1976
435Division of Agriculture, International Section Directory and Bylaws1987
436Dodds, J.P.1954
2419Dunn:  Inauguration Stage Script2016
241Dunn: Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Congratulations Folio2016
242Dunn: Alcorn State University Congratulations Certificate2016
2552Dunn: Article in Successful Farming2017
2422Dunn: Certificates of Congratulations2016
2412Dunn: Congratulation Folio Mount Marty College2016
246Dunn: Congratulations Certificate Jackson State University2016
2411Dunn: Congratulations Certificate University of Massachusetts2016
245Dunn: Congratulations Folio Indiana State University2016
247Dunn: Congratulations Folio Kansas State University2016
2413Dunn: Congratulations Folio Northwestern Health Sciences University2016
2414Dunn: Congratulations Folio Oakland University2016
2415Dunn: Congratulations Folio Oral Roberts University2016
243Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Georgia2016
244Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Idaho2016
248Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Kansas2016
249Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Maine2016
2410Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Maryland2016
2416Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Pittsburgh2016
2417Dunn: Congratulations Folio University of Rhode Island2016
2418Dunn: Congratulations Folio Wayne State College2016
2561Dunn: Email correspondence2016-2018
2553Dunn: Hobo Day Invitation2018
2530Dunn: Holiday Card2017
2554Dunn: Holiday Card2017-2018
2420Dunn: Inauguration Miscellaneous Handouts and Booklets2016
2421Dunn: Inauguration Speech Imagining our Future29-09-2016
1841Dykehouse Student Athlete Center2008
437Early Retirement Incentive Programs1982-1983
438Eberle, A.M.1953-1954
179ECE Program2000-2002, 2004-2005
1811Economic Development Administration,  Enterprise Institute2007
439Economic Development Governor's Office1993 1987
440Economic Development Governor's Office (Attracting Graining Processing Facilities to South Dakota)1987
1749Economic Impact of South Dakota Board of Regents Institutions2010
1612Economic Impact Study1988, 1991
1845Economics and Management Task Force2009-2011
2129Education Department1943
126Education Department1952-1955
441Education, Division Of1975
58Emeritus Material1967, 1983
162Eminent Farmer and Homemaker Day1985
442Engineering Accreditation1937-1983
1853Engineering Accreditation1995-2007
53Engineering College Administrative Council1953-1954
443Engineering Controversy1970-1972
445Engineering Controversy1976-1978
444Engineering Controversy1977-1978
51Engineering Controversy Discussions with Presidents1969
52Engineering Controversy Editorials and Support Material1970-1971
127Engineering Controversy Legal Materials1971
1514Engineering Issue1976, undated
186Engineering Technology and Management2004-2007
55Enrollment Management1995
54Entomology and Zoology Department1951-1953
56Entrepreneur Awards1987-1988, 1991
57Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Committee2009-2010
1829Equestrian Facility Letter of Intent2004
207Ethel Austin Martin1979-1985, 1991-1995, 2000
206Ethel Austin Martin Endowment1976, 1980-1993
208Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board1991-1995
209Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board1995-2000
2010Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board1996-1997
2011Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board2003-2006
2012Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board2007-2014
2013Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board2008-2010
2014Ethel Austin Martin Finance Control Board2011-2014
59European Studies Committee2003
510Executive Planning Group1985-1987
128Experiment Station I.B. Johnson, Director1952-1954
2130Extended class periods1942-1943
1639Extension Service1996, 2000, 2002
129Extension Service George I. Gilbertson, Director1954-1955
2347F.O. Butler Faculty Awards material2007
2228F.O. Butler Foundation1988-1989
1636Facilities Utilization Report1995
1734Facility Use Agreement2007
2517Fact book2007
2563Fact Book2009
2373Fact sheet2009
2523Fact sheet2008, 2010
1513Facts, SDSU1972, 1974, 1990, undated
2345Facts, South Dakota State University (info booklet)2007
2364Facts, South Dakota State University (info booklet)2008
511Faculty Association1924-1958
512Faculty Development1987
513Faculty Development Committee2004-2005
514Faculty Handbook1983
2365Faculty honors2008
2518Faculty Honors2009
515Faculty Meetings Summary1998
2374Faculty recognition (menu, program)2009
171Faculty, Staff, Student Committees Handbooks1998-2004
155Faculty-Limited Stipend1968, 1976, 1994, undated
2240Fall convocation1999
2260Fall convocation2002
2265Fall convocation2003
2346Fall Convocation (correspondence, schedule, invitation, program)2007
1746Family Resource and Management Center2009
516Farm and Home Week Recognition Banquet Programs1948-1952
517Farm Credit Administration Land Values1950
518Feasibility and Building Committee2007
519Federal States Relations in Extension Service1954
1735Financial Aid2007, 2009
520Financial and Service Report1952-1953
2017Fiscal Year 2007 Annual Report2007
2018Fiscal Year 2008 Annual Report2008
2019Fiscal Year 2009 Annual Report2009
2020Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report2010
1830Fishback Center for Outdoor Learning Lab2009
1721Flandreau Indian School Support Information2004
1613Ford Foundation1988-1990
166Formula Revision1986, undated
521Freeman, H.S.1950-1954
522Frost Arena Sound System1987-1996
1652Funding Framework1997-1998
523Future Farmers of America In Recognition of 100 Years of Service (Plaque)1981
1517Future Higher Education1979
524Gasification Plant1981, 1983
525General Registration Dean Search1983
1512Gibb, Richard D. Commissioner of Higher Education1972, 1974
526Gibb, Richard, Dr.1968-1973
533Governor's Day Incident1970
528Governors:  Janklow, William1979
529Governors:  Jensen, Leslie1937-1939
530Governors:  Mickelson, George S.1993
1210Governors:  Mickelson, George T.1946-1951
531Governors:  Miller, Walter D.1993
532Governors:  South Dakota1969, 1977-1978
527Governors: Anderson, Sigurd1951-1954
531Graduate Council1985, 2005
535Graduate School1985-1986
537Greek Letter Societies:  Alpha Xi Delta1976
538Greek Letter Societies:  Alpha Zeta1983-1984
539Greek Letter Societies:  Chi Omega1981, 2007
540Greek Letter Societies:  FarmHouse1979 1976
541Greek Letter Societies:  Gamma Sigma Delta1981-1996
542Greek Letter Societies:  Kappa Delta1973
543Greek Letter Societies:  Kappa Sigma1974-1977
544Greek Letter Societies:  Lambda Chi Alpha1967-1972, 1976
545Greek Letter Societies:  Omicron Delta Kappa2005
61Greek Letter Societies:  Phi Kappa Phi1949-2008
62Greek Letter Societies:  Sigma Alpha Epsilon1976-1991
63Greek Letter Societies:  Sigma Delta Chi1976
64Greek Letter Societies:  Sigma Xi1975
65Greek Letter Societies:  Tau Kappa Epsilon1976
536Greek Letter Societies: Alpha Lambda Delta2007
1849Greek Village Lease2010
66Griffenhagen Report1954
67Griffenhagen Report1954
2139Griffenhagen Report1953-1954
68Griffenhagen Report Other Institutions Replies1954-1955
69Griffenhagen Report SDSU Replies to1954
619H.W. Clarkson State College Loan Fund1949-1973
610Hangar, SDSU (Airport) Lease Agreement1983
611Hansen, Niels Ebbesen1922-1951
612Hardin Report (Medical Education)1971
613Hayride Accident, October 31, 19751975-1976
614Hazardous Materials and Lab Committee1988
2138Headley: Articles1952-1954
1840Health Science Alliance2008
214Heston: Washington State University research2004
1624Historical Funding Patterns1991
156Hobo Day1968, 1971, 1989-1995
615Hobo Day Incident, 1990 October 19-201990
616Home Economics1955
2271Honoring three former presidents: Briggs, Berg, and Wagner2004
1828Honors College Documents1999-2011
2148Honors Convocation1967
617Horticulture Fire1962
1640HPER Athletics1996-1997, 2000-2003
618Human Subjects Committee1975, 1995
1814I-29 Corridor Growth Strategy Meetings2008-2010
2562Imagine If Cards (blank)2017
163Immunization Policy1985, 1991
2519Impact 2018: Annual Report 20142014
2520Impact 2018: Annual Report 20162016
2521Impact 2018: Buttons2018
2522Impact 2018: Empowering Collaborative Teaching and Research Faculty/Staff Conference2013
2028Impact Fact Bookletsundated
620Industrial Art Education1974
1731Informal Budget Presentations2006-2008
2366Information brochure2008
2375Information brochure2009
1748Information Brochures2009-2010
2323Innovation Campus at SDSU2006
621Institute of Social Sciences Agricultural Potential of Seven Indian Reservations in South Dakota and Montana1974-1976
622Institute of Social Sciences for Rural-Urban Research and Planning1968-1979
623Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Minutes2002-2003
624Institutional Profile of South Dakota State University1964
1629Intellectual Property1992-1997, 2003-2004, undated
625Inter-Fraternity Council1975-1999
626International Advisory Council2004
1750International Affairs2010,undated
1726Issue Briefs2005
2029Jack Warner and Tad Perry1996, 2003, 2004
72Jackrabbit Mascot New2008
1641Jackrabbit Plan SDSU1996-1997, undated
1747Jackrabbit Voices for Smart Choices2009
2131Jackson: Inauguration program1941
627James River Basin Irrigation1951
216Johnson: Correspondence1920, undated
217Johnson: Inauguration address1920
218Johnson: Inauguration program1920
628Joint Appropriations Committee1980
2524Joint Committee on Appropriations2012
629Joint University Center - Sioux Falls1979
168Joint University, Foundation, and Alumni Task Force1987-1991, undated
630Karl E. Mundt Foundation1962, 1977-1979
631Kellogg Foundation Initiative Community Partnerships with Health Professions Education1989-1992
632Koepsell, Paul1972-1973
188Lake Area Institute Faculty Contract2005
1832Land Grant Strategic Growth Plan2006-2007
2245Lead Forward Land Brant 1999-2000 A Year of Advocacy Advancement Strategic Choices2000
634Lead Forward Land Grand Planning Material Analysis and Summary of Recommendations from all Committees and Task Forces2002-2005
2310Lead Forward Land Grant 1999-2000 A Final Review of Processes, Progress and Prospects2005
2325Lead Forward Land Grant 1999-2006 A Final Review of Processes, Progress, and Prospects2006
2253Lead Forward Land Grant 2000-2001 A Year of Following Through2001
2261Lead Forward Land Grant 2001-2002 A Year of Piloting and Approving New Ideas and Activities2002
2266Lead Forward Land Grant 2002-2003 A Year of Completing New Ideas and Activities2003
2272Lead Forward Land Grant 2003-2004 A Year of Completing New Ideas and Activities and Looking to the Future2004
2246Lead Forward Land Grant A Year of Following Through2000
633Lead Forward Land Grant Planning Material1999-2000
2273Lead Forward Land Grant University speech2004
2247Leaders in Technology2000
1812Leadership Summit2001
635LeBlanc, F.J.1961
636Legislative Interim Higher Education Study Committee1979-1982
2128Legislative requests1936-1940
2357Legislative Update2007
2525Legislative Update Research and Other Initiatives2007
637Legislature1952-1953, 1965-1966
2136Leinbach: Clippings1951
2137Leinbach: Inauguration program1947
2024Letters of Intent1971-1990
2025Letters of Intent1991-2000
638Library New PhD Programs1955
211Lilley: Washington State University research2004
1831Logic Family Scholarships2005
639Logo1977, 1994
159Long Range Planning1970-1971, 1986-1987, undated
640Long Range Planning 1987-881987-1988
641Long Range Planning 1988-891987-1989
1752Looking to 2012 and Beyond Board of Regents2012
642Lusk, Jeannette Commemoration1993
71Management Meetings2000-2008
172Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program1998-1999
1851Mass Communication and Tourism1987-2006
1857Master of Architecture Program2007-2011
2367Master Plan2008
2526Master Plan2008
73Master Plan1976-1977
74Master Plan 1999 (Rigterink)1999-2000
2527Master Plan for Athletic Facilities 20252010
1848McCory Gardens Visits Center2010
75McKnight, William1937, 1966, 1971, 1976-1977
212McLouth: Correspondence with Regent Larson on Regent Sheldon1895
213McLouth: Inauguration address1887
76Memos to Dean, Department Heads, Directors1975-1976, 1978
77Military  Air ROTC Name Change1965
78Military Department1954-1955
79Military Leave Regental Resolution1961
2248Millennium Master Plan2000
2237Miller: Chamber After 5 Reception guest book1999
2263Miller: Clippings2003
234Miller: Clippings2005
2239Miller: Convocation Speech1999
2244Miller: Convocation Speech2000
2252Miller: Convocation speech2001
2258Miller: Convocation Speech2002
2264Miller: Convocation speech2003
2319Miller: Convocation Speech2006
2259Miller: Correspondence2002
235Miller: Correspondence2005
238Miller: Faculty Convocation Speech2005
2321Miller: Faculty Convocation Speech2006
2270Miller: Fall Convocation Speech2004
239Miller: Fall Convocation Speech2005
2322Miller: Fall Convocation Speech2006
2232Miller: Holiday Card1998
2243Miller: Holiday Card2000
2251Miller: Holiday Card2001
2257Miller: Holiday Card2002
2262Miller: Holiday Card2003
2269Miller: Holiday Card2004
233Miller: Holiday Card2005
2318Miller: Holiday Card2006
2238Miller: Holiday card1999
2233Miller: Inauguration Correspondence1998
261Miller: Inauguration Newspaper Insert (Brookings Newspaper)1998
2234Miller: Inauguration Planning (Committee minutes, schedule, procedures, script)1998
262Miller: Inauguration Poster1998
263Miller: Inauguration Program, invitation, memorabilia1998
2235Miller: Inauguration Videos1998
2324Miller: KSFY Interview (videocassette) : May 312006
2327Miller: Photographs2006
2549Miller: Photographs [0001-0032]undated
2311Miller: Pro Patria Award2005
2328Miller: Retirement2006
2312Miller: Retirement Announcement2005
2558Miller: Retirement Invitation2006
2559Miller: Retirement Photographs2006
2236Miller: Speech1998
2255Miller: Wedding (program, invitation, etc.)2001
1736Misc. Budget Papers2007, 2009-2010
2529Mom's Weekend2018
2376Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2009
253Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2010
256Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2011
258Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2012
2510Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2013
2528Monday Morning Message (e-mail)2017
710Monsanto2000
2377Monsanto Graduate Fellowship in Plant Breeding (program) : March 192009
1850Morill Act 150th Anniversary2012
1630MS in Extension1992-1995
2326Mumps2006
711Museum South Dakota State College1926-1927, 1952
1631Museums1992-1994
2150Name Change College to University1963
712Naming Facilities1995, 2003
713Naming Facilities Subcommittee1985-2006
1710National Association of Schools of Music2000
714National Association of Schools of Music Accreditation1979
715National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges Water Resources Council1983-1984
1211National Collegiate Athletic Association1938, 1952-1954
717National Collegiate Athletic Association Coach Iverson Infraction1965
716National Commission on Accrediting1950-1954
1852National Council For Accreditation of Teacher Education1994-1999,2004-2005
718National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education1982-1983, 1985
719Native American Advisory Committee1988-2003
1722NCAA Division I2004, 2006-2007
1759NCAA Division I Athletics Certification Self-Study2007
1758NCAA Division I Certification Committee2006-2007
1737NCAA Research Related to Grad Rates of Division I Student Athletes2007
720Necrology1931-1971
167Needs Assessment1986
1642New Admissions Requirements1996
2378New Provost announcement2009
1212New Student Projection Data1992-1995
1643Non-Profit Corporations1996
721Non-Traditional Students1978, 1992
722Nordstrum, Paul E.1988
734North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1995
735North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1998
723North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1936-1939
724North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1940-1942, 1946
725North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1947-1950
726North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1953-1954
727North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1957-1961
728North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1962-1964
729North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1965-1967
730North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1972-1983
731North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1983-1984
732North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1984-1985
733North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1985-1986
1614North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1988-1990
1632North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1992, 1994-1996
1648North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1997-2001
185North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools2001-2010
81North Central Conference1977
1634North Central Conference1993, 1998-2003
2026Northwest Area Foundation Grant1985
82Northwest Proposal1996-1997
2557Northwest Quadrant Mixed-Use Development Feasibility2009
83Nursing Education Agreement with Sioux Valley Hospital Association1953-1955
84Nursing Legislative Request to Reduce the Number of Schools of Nursing1961
85Nursing Pre-Survey Information Submitted for Continued Accreditation1964
2151Oahe Irrigation Testimony1968
86Oak Lake Camp (Northern Plains Biological Field Station)1987-1989
1618Oak Lake Field Station1989, 1996, 1998-2000
88Old Extension Building1979, 1982-1983, 1989
87Olesrud, S.K. Land1953-1959
89Olson, Oscar Edward1986
2531Ombud's Office Brochure2016
2132Organizational and instructional adjustments1942
2532Organizational Chart s2014
810Organizational Charts1939 circa-2009
2133Outline of Post-war considerations by President Lyman E. Jackson1943 circa
811Outside Activities of Faculty and Staff Members (Inventions, Patents, Political Activity)1942, 1959-1961
812Pandemic Influenza Material2006-2008
813Parents for State Club1963-1970
814Parking and Traffic Committee1992-1999
815Patents1959, 1981, 1987-1991
816Pearson, David1974
2030Peggy Miller Retirement2005
1833Performing Arts Center Documentation2006-2009
2267Performing Arts Center Inaugural Concert2003
215Perisho: Commencement address1928
1213Permanent School Fund - Amendment B1951-1952
817Personnel Office1976, 1984-1987
818Personnel System - Senate Bill #71 - List of Exempt Positions1973
1810Pew Center on the States2007
819Pharmacy Accreditation1930-1981
820Pharmacy Accreditation1977-1985
821Pharmacy Accreditation1982-1984
822Pharmacy Accreditation1984-1991
823Pharmacy Accreditation1993-1997
824Pharmacy Need for More Space1960 circa
2536Photographs [0001 - 0058]undated
826Physical Plant - Tower Clock Repair, Building Inventory1974-1975
825Physical Plant Regental Approval for Removal of Certain Buildings and Location of Future Buildings1965-1966
827Pickstown Indian Trades and Industrial Vocational School Proposal1955-1956
828Pittsburgh Coke and Chemical Co.  Memorandum of Understanding1955
2533Planning, Decision, Support, and Assessment Annual Report2015
14ItemPlaque of Appreciation from Boy Scouts of America, undated, wood, in shape of fleur-de-lis, with gold plate in middle [ AR-UA 1.0-0002]undated
1738Poetic Stories for Harvey Dunn's Strong Prairie Women2007
829Poultry Science Fire Loss1960
1626Prairie Repertory Theatre1991, 1995, 2005-2007, 2010
222Presidential Inaugural Parade, Washington, D.C.1980-1981
830Presidential Interviews Candidate Resumes1997
2274Presidential Lecture Series: Dr. Lionel Bordeaux, President, Sinte Gleska University [VHS tape]2004
831Presidential Search2006
2534Presidential Search2016
1619Presidents and Superintendents Contracts1989, 1992
832President's Council1952-1956
2331President's Faculty Committee minutes1999
2332President's Faculty Committee minutes2000
2333President's Faculty Committee minutes2001
2334President's Faculty Committee minutes2002
2335President's Faculty Committee minutes2003
2336President's Faculty Committee minutes2004
2337President's Faculty Committee minutes2005
2338President's Faculty Committee minutes2006
2339President's Faculty Committee Two year report1999-2000
2556President's Report2009
254President's Report2010
833President's Retirement1972, 1976
834Presidents University1957, 1966, 1975
1824Pride of the Dakotas1990-2011
2110Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1923
2111Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1924
2112Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1925
2113Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1926
2114Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1927
2115Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1928
2116Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1929
2117Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1930
2118Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1933
2119Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1934
2120Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1935
2121Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1936
2122Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1937
2123Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1938
2124Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks1939
219Pugsley: Addresses, Papers, Talks (index)undated
2125Pugsley: Correspondence1936-1956
2126Pugsley: Financial statement1937-1938
2127Pugsley: General material1934, undated
835Radiation Safety Committee2004-2005
1645Radiological Safety Officer Paperwork1996, 1998, 2001-2002
2027Rapid City Higher Education Center1995-2008
1728REACH2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, undated
836REACH - Certificate of Incorporation Non-Profit1986
1822REACH Committee19,862,010
1627Reciprocity1991, 1994-1995
837Registrar's Office Enrollment1952-1953
838Registration Planning Task Force1986
839Reifel, Benjamin, Representative1967-1990
91Reinvestments1996
92Reinvestments1997-1998
93Remnant Trust2002-2007
94Report of a Survey of the Health Program of SDSU (Conducted by the American College Health Association)1973
2152Report of Committee D of the Academic Master Plan for the State of South Dakota1970
2140Reports to Regents1956-1957
1813Research Business Plan Work Group2008
96Research Grants Overhead1979-1987
97Research Parks - Dakota Dunes1989-1991
95Research, Director of1978-1979, 1987
98Residential Life1988, 2001, 2008
910Resolution 161978
911Resolution 16 and 211978
99Resolution 1-781977-1979
223Resolution 1-78 Initial response1978
2221Resolution 2- Response Individuals1978
912Resolution 201977
913Resolution 20 - Other Institutions1978 1978
914Resolution 211978-1979
915Resolution 21 - Institutional Response1979 1978
224Resolution 21 Alternatives1977-1979
225Resolution 21 Assumption1978
226Resolution 21 Communications1978
227Resolution 21 Conceptsundated
228Resolution 21 Evaluationundated
229Resolution 21 Hearings1979
2210Resolution 21 Implementation1979-1980
2211Resolution 21 Initial Response1978
2212Resolution 21 Meetings, minutes1978
2213Resolution 21 Miscellaneous documents1977-1989
2214Resolution 21 News articles1978, undated
2216Resolution 21 Preliminary documents1978
2217Resolution 21 Questionnaire1978
2218Resolution 21 Reduction Goals1978
2219Resolution 21 Response Deans1978-1979
2220Resolution 21 Response Directors1978
2222Resolution 21 Response Special Considerations1978-1979
2223Resolution 21 Schedule1978
2224Resolution 21 Steering Committee1978
2225Resolution 21 Supplemental data1978
2215Resolution 21 The Plan1978
2226Resolution 21 Value of Higher Education Opportunities1977
1718Retention2002-2003
1522Retired Faculty Association1983, 1998, undated
916Retirement Plan1948
1834Retracted Scoreboard2007
1863Rodeo Club Finance Records1982-1985
917ROTC Training Program1965-1969
918Royalty, Patent, and Copyright Policy1987-1988, 1997
919Rural Regeneration Initiative1988
2511Safety and Security and Web and New Media Announcement2013
1846Safety and Security Task Force2010
1622Salaries Brown/Johnson Study1990-1991
920Salary Assignment Policy1998
921Salary Comparison1953
922Salary Schedule (Proposed Clerical)1951-1953
923Schultz, Theodore W.2009
924Schultz-Werth Award1970-1981
925Schultz-Werth Award1982-1999
1650Science Fair1997-1998, 2000-2004. 2006-2008
1751SD Jump Start Scholarship Program2011
1756SD Opportunity Scholarshipundated
1637SD Public Television Broadcasting1995
2134SDSC and agricultural cooperatives1946
2135SDSC and post-war state relationships by President Lyman E. Jackson1943
151SDSC President's Bulletin: John W Headley1955-1957
1724SDSU 125th Anniversary Committee2004-2006
101SDSU Centennial Brochures, correspondence, publications1980-1982
102SDSU Centennial Committee Minutes1981 1980
103SDSU Centennial Schultz Symposium1982 1981
1649SDSU Club1997
1866SDSU Club2004
2023SDSU Extension Service Documents2002, 2004-2007
104SDSU Foundation1983-1986
1711SDSU Foundation Directory2000
2231SDSU Graphic Identity Program1995
1817SDSU History1973?
105SDSU History Clippings, News Releases1950-1992
106SDSU History College and Departmental Histories1949-1980
107SDSU History Correspondence1938-1989
108SDSU History Excerpts from Harold Bailey's book2012
109SDSU History Founders Day Convocation1960
1011SDSU History Photographs1912, 1930-1987
1012SDSU History Seventy-Five Years of Service 1884-1959 by Charles L. Sewrey1959
1010SDSU History The Military Staff during World War Iundated
1729SDSU Joint Appropriations Committee Budget Request Packets2005-2006
2564SDSU Supporting Those Who Serve [VHS TRT: 4:17]2005
2358SDSU-Daktronics Partnership2007
1646Seamless Education1996
2313Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award2005
1520Secretary of State1981, 1996
2249September 11, Announcement Concerning2001
2555Service on Diversity Advisory Council2009
2153Seventeen years, A report from SDSU1975
1013Seventy-Fifth Central Planning Committee Minutes (Anniversary)1958-1959
1523Sexual Harassment Papers1983-1986
1014Si Tanka Community College Memorandum of Understanding with South Dakota State University1999, 2001
1647Single University Papers1996
1015Single University System1974-1977
2537Sisseton Wahpeton College and SDSU2018
2535Smoking and Tobacco Free Campus Enforcement Guidelinesundated
1016Smoking Policy1988-2005
1017South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station1927-1938, 1949-1968, 1987
153South Dakota Art Museum1964, 1976, 1993, 2004
1018South Dakota Bicentennial Commission1973-1976
1021South Dakota Centennial  Campus Walking Tour1988
1019South Dakota Centennial Activities1989
1020South Dakota Centennial Campus Committee1987-1989
1022South Dakota Centennial Task Force1987-1989
1024South Dakota Educational Television1979
1214South Dakota Educational Television Agreement, The Organization of Public Television of South Dakota1974-1975
164South Dakota Educational Television Board1985, 1995
1025South Dakota Engineering Society1974
1623South Dakota Heritage1990
1843South Dakota Innovation Partners2009
1026South Dakota Memorial Art Center1965-1975
1723South Dakota Opportunities2004
1742South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship Annual Report2008
13ItemSouth Dakota State College china: one 5.5 in. roll plate [AR-UA 1.0-0003-I]undated
13ItemSouth Dakota State College china: one 6.5 in salad plate [AR-UA 1.0-0003-H]undated
13ItemSouth Dakota State College china: one cup [AR-UA 1.0-0003-K]undated
13ItemSouth Dakota State College china: one saucer [AR-UA 1.0-0003-J]undated
13ItemSouth Dakota State College china: six 9.5 in dinner plates [AR-UA 1.0-0003-A-G]undated
1027South Dakota State Employee Organization (SDSEO)1972, 1983-1986
14ItemSouth Dakota State flag [dimensions 47 x 72 in., nylon with golf fringe] [AR-UA 1.0-0001]undated
2314South Dakota Vietnam War Memorial Recognition2005
1028Southeast South Dakota Experiment Farm Activation1960
1029Space Assignment Subcommittee1992-2010
184STARS (Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System) Report2016
1518State Auditor1979, 1982-1983
1030State College Development Association1977-1978
1620State Education Summit1989
1712State of South Dakota Budget in Brief2000, 2002-2003, 2005, 2007
1719State of South Dakota Governor's Budget Report2002
2538State of State Newspaper Insert1995
2539State of State Newspaper Insert1998
2540State of State Newspaper Insert2000
2254State of State Newspaper Insert2001
2541State of State Newspaper Insert2001
2542State of State Newspaper Insert2002
2275State of State Newspaper Insert2004
2543State of State Newspaper Insert2004
2315State of State Newspaper Insert2005
2329State of State Newspaper Insert2006
2544State of State Newspaper Insert2006
2359State of State Newspaper Insert2007
2545State of State Newspaper Insert2007
2368State of State Newspaper Insert2008
2546State of State Newspaper Insert2008
2379State of State Newspaper Insert2009
2547State of State Newspaper Insert2009
259State of State Newspaper Insert2012
1816State Technical Assistance Through Extension (STATE)1965
1031State Tour Southern Route2010
1032Statistics Advisory Committee2006
1033Storm Day Policy , SDSU1986-1998
1034Story of Courses in Agriculture of Less than College Grade at South Dakota State College by C.R. Wiseman1940
2360Strategic Plan2007
181Strategic Plan2008
182Strategic Plan2008
183Strategic Plan2008
111Strategic Plan1994-1998
1743Strategic Plan for Reclassification2008
1842Strategic Plan for South Dakota State University2008-2012
112Strategic Planning1989
1835Stretch Idea2007
113Student Articulation Orientation Registration Enrollment Decrease1974
114Student Loan Fund Brookings Rotary Club1928-1929, 1939
115Student Personnel Data on Students Entering State College1955
116Student Personnel Memorandum of Agreement between Brookings Clinic and South Dakota State University1966
117Student Recruiting Summaries of Prospectus1952-1954
118Student Services Dances1978
119Student Union Construction and Organization1941-1971
1110Student Union Council1979-1984
1111Students' Association1937-1978
1112Students' Association1980-2001
1113Summer Term Committee2003-2007
1114Summit Meetings USD and SDSU2007
187Tailgating 1 Letter of Concern From State Attorney2004-2010
1115Teacher of the Year1973-1990
1116Teacher Recruitment Committee Teacher Shortage1953
2241Technology consultants report1999
1117Techsigns (Computers) Trade Fair1985-1986
2369Testimony before the Joint Senate-House Appropriations Committee2008
1118Tiernan, Matt Property1953-1970
1119Title III Development Grant1998-2006
1120Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 19652010
1215Title V Rural Development Act1972
1121Title V Rural Development Act1981
ItemAR07-0014Tournament of Roses Official Cloisonné Pin Collection, 114th, limited edition 68 of 500 [frame dimensions 24.75 x 21.5 in.)2003
ItemAR07-0018Tournament of Roses Parade, Pride of the Dakotas Photograph [frame dimensions: 26 x 21.25 in.]2003
2380Town Hall Budget Meeting (PowerPoint slides printout) : May 132009
1122Transportation1996-1997
2227Tree Dedication1981
161Turnover Reports1984-1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997
2021Undergraduate Adult Student and Graduate Student Market Analysis2008
1123United Student Aid1963
1124University Cabinet1985-1986
2022University Center Board of Directors Meeting Agendas2008
1125University Diversity Council2002-2003
1126University Economic Development Advisory Council1987-1988
1127University Facilities Guidelines1986
1128University Industry Relations1987-1988
1129University of South Dakota Springfield1978-1988
1130University Relations Printing Policy1982
169University Status for Some of the Colleges1987-1988
1131Veterinary Science Accreditation1970
1132Veterinary Science Proposal for a Veterinary Diagnostic and Research Facility1964 circa
1133Vice President for Academic Affairs Personnel Discussions1986-1987
1757Vision 2000undated
1134Visitation Policy1993, 1998
1135Visual Education Name Change to Audio-Visual Education and Photography1948
1651Wagner Honorary Degrees1997, 2006
2033Wagner, Dr. Robert and Dr. Mary1997-2010
1644Wagner, Robert T. Wagner1996-1997
2229Wagner: Miscellaneous1988-1997
2230Wagner: Retirement1997
154Water Resources Institute1964, 1968, 1979
1137Water Resources Institute Establishment1964-1965
1138Water Resources Judicial Action by W.W. Knight1962
1139Water Resources Research Center and Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Proposals1964
1847Website Task Force2010
1136Wegner Health Science Information Center Partnership Agreement2006
1827Wegner Health Science Library Service Agreement1998
2361Welcome back faculty letter2007
2268Welcome Home 727th Transportation Unit2004
1140Welfare and Development of South Dakota State College - Proposed Plan for Promoting1953
1825Wellness Center Documentation1994-2011
1713WELLSPRING West River Foundation2000
1216West Hall (Old Brookings Hospital) Contract for Furnishing Heat1936
1625White, Milfred1991-1993, 1997
1615WICHE Documents1988-2008
1141Wintrode Student Success Center2005-2007
1142Women's Studies Committee2003-2005
2330Woodbine Cottage2006
1818Woodbine Cottage Renter's Agreement1978
1732World Affairs Council2006, 2010, undated
1143You Can Go Anywhere From Here - Promotional CD-ROM2002