Nebraska Association of Church Colleges [RG3587.AM]


RG3587.AM:  Nebraska Association of Church Colleges

Records:  1944-1970

Nebraska:  Educational association

Size:  0.75 cu.ft.; 2 boxes


The Nebraska Association of Church Colleges included those institutions offering courses leading to the Bachelor’s degree. The organization was established to provide a medium for closer cooperation among the church colleges of the state in matters of general educational interest as well as in matters of particular concern to member institutions.

The earliest Constitution in the collection was adopted on March 28, 1925. The charter membership included: Cotner College, Doane College, Grand Island College, Hastings College, Midland College, Nebraska Central College, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Union College, and York College. Dana College was admitted to membership in 1931.


This collection contains the Constitution of the Nebraska Association of Church Colleges (various dates and revisions), treasurer’s records of the NACC, correspondence, board minutes, etc. The materials date from 1944-1970. Since the work of the NACC was organized on the calendar of the academic year (September of one year through June of the following year), the documents in this collection are similarly arranged (e.g., 1960-1961). Whenever possible, the materials in each folder are arranged chronologically.


Box 1


    1. Constitutions and official documents

    1. 1944-1948

    1. 1948-1949

    1. 1949-1950

    1. 1950-1951

    1. 1951-1952

    1. 1952-1953

    1. 1953-1954

    1. 1954-1955

    1. 1955-1956

    1. 1956-1957

    1. 1957-1958

    1. 1958-1959

    1. 1959-1960

Box 2


    1. 1960-1963

    1. 1965-1967

    1. 1967-1970



Colleges and universities — Nebraska

Education — Nebraska — History

Nebraska Association of Church Colleges

Religious education — Nebraska


Revised 04-10-2008   TMM

Revised 04-19-2016   TMM/rq

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