North Carolina State University at Raleigh Women's Handbook 1965-1966

Title

North Carolina State University at Raleigh Women's Handbook 1965-1966

Description

The Woman's Campus Code Board (WCCB) prepared a booklet for incoming female student class of 1965-1966 at North Carolina State University. The guide list's information about: Erdahl-Cloyd Union activities for students; Angel Flight, an organization of women interested in the Air Force; Women's Chorus; Sigma Kappa Sorority; Student Women's Association; the completion of a women's only dormitory in 1967; behavior and etiquette; proper dress for fraternity parties and casual dates, for football games, for lectures, Raleigh Little Theatre, New Arts, Friends of the College, and for Dances; University Housing Policy; social regulations; opening and closing hours; signing in and out of residence halls; permission to return late to residence halls after hours; and, house government council. This pamphlet is historically important because it is a window into 1960s perceptions of women. The University Women's Board believed it could dictate the morality of women: dress and acting.

Creator

Women's Campus Code Board

Source

"North Carolina State University at Raleigh Women's Handbook 1965-1966," North Carolina State University, Division of Student Affairs, Women's Center records, 1965-2008, UA016.031 Halfbox 1, Folder 2, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC.

Date

1965-1966

Type

document

Coverage

Raleigh, North Carolina

Original Format

pamphlet

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Citation

Women's Campus Code Board, “North Carolina State University at Raleigh Women's Handbook 1965-1966,” The State of History, accessed April 14, 2024, https://soh.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/items/show/33153.