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Finance and Administrative, Vice President for

Identifier: UA-071

Scope and Contents

This collection contains floor plans and building layouts for several dormitories along with a floor plan to the Business and Education Buildings, feasibility studies for planned renovations, reports about renovations, and requests for funds along with justifications for itemized services and facilities.


  • 1925-2017(with gaps)
  • Other: Date acquired: 1991-02-01

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research.

Biographical or Historical Information

Vice President of Administrative and Fiscal Affairs has changed to Vice President for Finance & Administration The Stephen F. Austin State University Division of Finance and Administration will promote and actively support the academic mission of the university. In association with that primary mission, the division also will actively support the student life, infrastructure and institutional needs of the university. The division will provide professional service and promote open communication in our business relationships with students, faculty, staff and external constituents. We will utilize strategic thinking and apply best practices in order to maximize productivity and efficiency. Students, faculty, staff and the general public will be accorded professional respect and courtesy. All employees in the division will exercise prudence and stewardship over the financial and physical resources of the university.Note written by Mark Musquiz


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This collection is in one box and contains three series which are arranged chronologically.

Custodial History

Materials transferred from VP for Administrative and Fiscal Affairs to Special Collections/ETRC.

Source of Acquisition

Vice President for Administration and Fiscal Affairs

Method of Acquisition

Transferred from the department.

Other Descriptive Information

Previously UA-139

Mark Musquiz, May 2013
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Repository Details

Part of the East Texas Research Center Repository