StateSide, Program No. 64: Interview with Thomas H. Stafford, Jr.

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StateSide, Program No. 64: Interview with Thomas H. Stafford, Jr.
Stafford, who was been at NC State University for 22 years and Vice Chancellor for eight years, discusses the operation of the Division of Student Affairs at NC State. Student Affairs includes: Financial Aid, Registration and Records, the Counseling Center, Housing, Dining, Health Services, Career Planning and Placement, Student Development (student activities, clubs, etc.), Student Government, Fraternities, Student Publications, the Women's Center, the Student Center, the International Student Office, Thompson Theatre, the Crafts Center, Merit Awards, Leadership Development, Friends of the College, ROTC, and the Study Abroad Program. Most of these are mentioned in this program, but many are not discussed in depth. The StateSide Program Index includes only those topics actually discussed.[Preferred citation: StateSide Program No. 64, March 1993, North Carolina State University, Office of Public Services, Creative Services Records UA 014.015, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC]
University History
College administrators
State universities and colleges -- North Carolina
Original Format:
VHS cassette tape
15 minutes, 8 seconds
Item identifier:
Funkhouser, Edward T. more info on Funkhouser, Edward T. (Edward Truman), 1946- 
Created Date:
Nonfiction television programs
Stafford, Thomas H. more info on Stafford, Thomas H. 
Stateside (Television program) more info on Stateside (Television program) 
North Carolina State University. Division of Student Affairs more info on North Carolina State University. Division of Student Affairs 
Raleigh (N.C.)
Digital Project:
StateSide Television Program: "Stateside" was a studio-filmed public affairs program produced by NC State Creative Services between 1990 and 1999, with 159 30-minute episodes made. It was created to focus on the people, events, and issues of North Carolina State University's community, including featured students, faculty, researchers, athletes, and alumnus. These features were also cast on regional cable television outlets.