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The Clara Sherick Correspondence collection consists of letters writtern to Sherrick from 1890-1894. The majority of the letters were written to Sherrick while she was a student at Ohio Northern University (then Ohio Normal University), and provide insights into the day-to-day life of Sherrick and her correspondents.
The Pettit College of Law was established at Ohio Northern University in 1885. The earliest materials in the College of Law Records date from the 1950s, and primarily consist of administrative records, faculty governance records, printed materials related to events and recruitment, and newsletters and magazines (most notably The Writ and The First Amendment).
The Grace E. Ingledue Papers document various aspects of the life of Grace E. Ingledue, including, but not limited to her life as a student at Ohio Northern University (1917-1922), an university professor, and a performer. Collection highlights include a student diary (1919-1920) and a series of "memory books" which consist of photograph albums and scrapbooks.
The Henry Solomon Lehr Family Papers document the life of Henry Solomon Lehr (founder and first President of Ohio Northern University), as well as offers insights into the lives of several of his ancestors and descendants. Materials in the collection date from the mid 18th century to the late 20th century and offer documentary evidence of 18th century European migration to America, 18th and 19th century German-American family life, and early Ohio Northern University history.
The Board of Trustees is the governing body for Ohio Northern University and is responsible for the long-term health of the University. The records in this collection primarily document Board actions through copies of agendas, minutes, and supplemental reports for Board of Trustees and the Board’s Executive Committee meetings.
The Ohio Northern University Faculty Governance Records consists of materials that document ONU faculty's role in shared governance at Ohio Northern. This includes documentation of faculty meetings and for representative governing bodies with faculty membership such as University Council or Faculty Senate. Common record types found throughout these records include minutes, memos, and reports.
This collection documents the history of the Freed Center for the Performing Arts, from its founding in 1991 to the present. The bulk of the collection documents events performed at the center through event programs and promotional materials. Additional records include administrative records including annual reports, policies, and attendance data.
The Getty College of Arts and Sciences was founded in 1902 (then the College of Liberal Arts). The archival collection consists of records that document the operations of the college dating from the mid-20th century to the present.
The Heterick Memorial Library primarily serves Ohio Northern University's undergraduates through providing access to academic resources and research support. The collection includes reports, publications/printed materials, and memos that primarily provide insights into library holdings, library services to students, and the library's physical building.
This historic newspapers collection contains newspapers documenting Ohio Northern University and the village of Ada, most notably including the student newspaper Northern Review and its predecessor Northern Light.
The Intercollegiate Athletics Records contains materials documenting the administration of Intercollegiate Athletics as well as the history of intercollegiate teams at Ohio Northern University.
The College of Business Administration was founded at Ohio Northern University in 1978. The College of Business Administration Records primarily consist of annual reports, faculty meeting minutes, and printed materials related to the college.
The Office of admissions is responsible for the recruitment and financial aid support for prospective ONU students. The Office of Admissions records primarily include a variety of printed materials in support of recruitment and internal and external newseltters.
The Office of Communications and Marketing records consists of press releases and other records that document the office's work to promote the university.
The Office of Financial Affairs records contain historic reports and legal records that help document Ohio Northern University's financial overview, land ownership, and facilities planning.
The Office of Information Techology Records contains annual reports documenting the units activities.
The Office of Institutional Research collects, coordinates, analyzes, and disseminates data about and for Ohio Northern University. The vast majority of the collection consists of surveys, data, and reports. Some of the more signicant portions of the collecion include Institutional and Demographic Data reports, ONU At a Glance reports, ONU Fact Books, student surveys, alumni surveys, and retention studies.
The Office of Student Affairs records document ONU's historical support work to support student life on campus. Current materials in the collection largely focus on the evolution of rules and regulations in place for students throughout ONU's history.
The Student Success Center encompasses multiple offices across campus and works to assist students academically, personally, and professionally. Currently, the collection contains records from the Communication Skills Center and Polar Careers.
The University President is the chief executive officer of Ohio Northern University, and is responsible for the setting the direction of the university. The collection contains various records related to the Office of the President, including reports, memos, inauguration records, speeches and various printed materials.
The Office of the Registrar Records document the academic offerings and student achievements at Ohio Northern University. Significant materials in the collection include university catalogs and bulletins, course schedules, and inactive student grade records.
The University Chaplain Records document various aspects of religious life at Ohio Northern University. Notably, the collection documents aspects of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the King family's visits to campus.
Ohio Northern University, Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Office of the Provost
Th College of Pharmacy is one of the oldest professional colleges at Ohio Northern University, first forming as a department in 1885 and later being designated as the College of Pharmacy in 1902. The Raabe College of Pharmacy Records includes materials from the 1950s onwards, and focus on the college's strategic direction and the marketing of the college.
This collection contains records created by various Ohio Northern University student organizations.
This collection consists of selected student works created by students during their time at Ohio Northern University.
The T.J. Smull College of Engineering was founded in 1881 (then the Civil Engineering Department). The archival collection consists of records that document the operations of the college dating from the mid-20th century to the present.
The Quatre Club was a women's club founded in 1948 in Ada, Ohio that operated as a social and philanthropic organization for women from Ada and Hardin County. The collection includes scrapbooks, meeting schedules, and meeting minutes. The materials offer insights into local women's social history and service work during the mid-to-late nineteenth century.