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Saludos Amigas 1964, Associated Women Students Jan 1964

Saludos Amigas 1964, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

"Welcome to you the coeds of UNM who will be the members of the Associated Women Students for the year 1964-65. This is your handbook. I hope that you will read it carefully so that you may better understand the functions and standards of your self-governing organization."

"This year, A.W.S. is operating under a newly revised constitution. As a governing body, we still retain our three branches--Legislative, Executive and Judicial. The Legislative Council which meets one a week has been expanded to include thirteen elected members. These include the eight officers and five members at large elected from ...


Saludos Amigas 1962, Associated Women Students Jan 1962

Saludos Amigas 1962, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

"My warmest greetings are extended to you, the entire study body, and especially to our new women students. We are happy in your selection of the University of New Mexico as your university, and we encourage you to take every advantage of the many opportunities offered for your intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and social growth. With the many offerings of the University, we feel confident that each of you will be able to find many areas of interests and derive satisfactions from participating in and contributing to the over-all university community.

The Associated Women Students are eager to welcome and assist ...


Saludas Amigas 1951, Associated Women Students Jan 1951

Saludas Amigas 1951, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

We are very happy to welcome new students to the University of New Mexico. We believe our University has much to offer its students and alumni. There are many opportunities for participation in activities and in student government. There is a spirit of friendliness prevailing on this southwestern campus which makes it easy for new students to adjust to University life.

All students, especially our women students, are ready and eager to offer their assistance to you. the office of the Dean of Women welcomes the opportunity to know you and to be of service to you.

I join the ...


Saludas Amigas 1950, Associated Women Students Jan 1950

Saludas Amigas 1950, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

A Message from the President of A.W.S.

May I, as president of the Associated Women Students of the University of New Mexico, welcome you, the new women students, to the University and into our organization.

Upon enrollment you automatically became a member of the Associated Women Students, whose purpose it is, not only to promote school spirit, to broaden social interests, and to provide uniform and individual representation in student activities, but also to promote a spirit of friendliness and to act as advisers to our new women students. Only by full cooperation of all can these aims ...


Co-Ed Code 1941-1942, Associated Women Students Jan 1941

Co-Ed Code 1941-1942, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

The Associated Women Students of the Uni­versity of New Mexico wish to present this book­let to the freshmen women and to the upperclass women who are entering the University for the first time.

We are attempting, with its aid, to acquaint the new women students with the activities, regulations, and traditions of the University. By the Co-Ed Code we sincerely hope you will become more quickly acquainted with the Uni­versity and will find a place for yourself among the numerous student activities. It is from co­operation with the University, its faculty, and its student body, through ...


Co-Ed Code 1940-1941, Associated Women Students Jan 1940

Co-Ed Code 1940-1941, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

A Message From the President of A.W.S.

May I, as president of the Associated Women Students of the University of New Mexico, wel­come you, the new women students, to the Uni­versity and into our organization.

Upon enrollment you automatically become a member of the Associated Women Students, whose purpose it is, not only to promote school spirit, to broaden social interests, and to provide uniform and individual representation in stu­dent activities, but also to promote a spirit of friendliness and to act as advisers to our new women students. Only by full coöperation of all ...


Co-Ed Code 1937-38, Associated Women Students Jan 1937

Co-Ed Code 1937-38, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

The Associated Women Students of the University of New Mexico wish to present this booklet to the Freshmen women and to the upper-class women who are entering the University for the first time.

We are attempting, with its aid, to acquaint the new women students with the history, tradition, customs, and regulations of the University, as well as the many little things which go to make university life.

By the Co-Ed Code we sincerely hope you will become more quickly acquainted with the University and will find a place for yourselves among the varied student activities. It is from co-operation ...


Co-Ed Code 1936-37, Associated Women Students Jan 1936

Co-Ed Code 1936-37, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

The Associated Women Students of the University of New Mexico wish to present this booklet to the Freshmen women and to the upper-class women who are entering the University for the first time.

We are attempting, with its aid, to acquaint the new women students with the history, tradition, customs, and regulations of the University, as well as the many little things which go to make university life.

By the Co-Ed Code we sincerely hope you will become more quickly acquainted with the University and will find a place for yourselves among the varied student activities. It is from co-operation ...


Co-Ed Code 1935-36, Associated Women Students Jan 1935

Co-Ed Code 1935-36, Associated Women Students

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

The Associated Women Students of the University of New Mexico wish to present this booklet to the Freshmen women and to the upper-class women who are entering the University for the first time.

We are attempting, with its aid, to acquaint the new women students with the history, tradition, customs, and regulations of the University, as well as the many little things which go to make university life.

By the Co-Ed Code we sincerely hope you will become more quickly acquainted with the University and will find a place for yourselves among the varied student activities. It is from co-operation ...


Regulations Concerning Women Students - October 1920, Unm Board Of Regents Oct 1920

Regulations Concerning Women Students - October 1920, Unm Board Of Regents

Co-Ed Code/Saludos Amigas

"The following Regulations were presented by President Hill with the indorsement [sic] of the Advisory Council of the Faculty and of the General Supervisor of Women, Dr. Edna Mosher. The Regulations (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) were approved by the Executive Committee of the Board of Regents."

(A) -- General Regulations

(B) -- Residence

(C) -- Chaperons

(D) -- Social Functions

(E) -- Sororities