UC 14.1 CIRCLES

Finding Aid 63

Union College Archives

 

UC 14.1 CIRCLES

 

Record Group : 14 (Special Programs)

Collection : 1

Location : Archive Box

 Processing Information :  Finding Aid created by Bruce Miracle on September 27, 2012.

 NOTE : The CIRCLES program is an annual induction ceremony for new students that began in 2005 and  is an event that formally recognizes commitment to the Union College core values. New students pledge to uphold those values, and the Union community, in turn, vows to help them succeed. Community members from campus and beyond present each new student with a medallion, which symbolizes the pledge they made. (From the Union College webpage, September 27, 2012)

CIRCLES was the result of the efforts of Debbie D'anna, Barbara Teague, and Kelly Eikleberry, of the Student Development Staff, to create a program for new Union students that would introduce and instill in them the core values of the college.

 Folder 1

2005 - Program (1 copy) 1st Annual

2006 - Program (1 copy) 2ndSecond Annual

2007 - Program (1 copy) 3rd Annual
 

2008 – Program (2 copies) 4th Annual

 

 2009 – Program (1 copy) -  and a Medallion with strap in a cloth case with a card  for the recipient explaining the meaning of CIRCLES  5th Annual

 2010 – Program (1 copy) 6th Annual

 2011 – Program (3 copies ; 1 Medallion) 7th Annual

 2012 – Program (3 copies) 8th Annual

 2013 - Program (3 copies) and 1 DVD 9th annual

 2014 - Program (2 copies) 10th annual
 
 2015 - Program (1 copy) and 1 DVD  11th Annual
 

 2016 – Program (1 copy) 12th Annual

 2017 – Program (3 copies) 13th Annual

 2018 – Program (2 copies) 14th Annual

 2019 – Program (1 copy) 15th Annual (combined with Fall Convocation)

Library Hours

Friday, 12/6
7:30 am to 9:00 pm

Saturday, 12/7
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday, 12/8
1:00 pm to Midnight

Mon 12/9 - Wed 12/11
7:30 am to Midnight

Thursday, 12/12
7:30 am to 8:00 pm

Friday, 12/13
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Sat 12/14 & Sun 12/15
CLOSED

Mon 12/16 - Thur 12/19
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Fri 12/20 - Wed 1/1
CLOSED