Rochester Area Intercollegiate Student Association constitution
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Scope and Contents
The Rochester Area Intercollegiate Student Association (RAISA) constitution was written in January 1967 by eight Rochester undergraduates. The document includes provisions for RAISA membership, objectives, officers, elections, committees, and funding.
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In January, 1967, eight Rochester undergraduates met to create a constitution for a proposed Rochester Area Intercollegiate Student Association (RAISA). Those students were: Ray E. Baker (Rochester Institute of Technology), Jerry Eckert (St. John Fisher), Ralph Huninger (SUNY Brockport), Art Brown (Roberts Wesleyan), Joan Mascaro (Nazareth), Joe O'Brien and Mike O'Connor (Monroe Community), and Greg Talcott (SUNY Geneseo). RAISA would be open to area undergraduates. The constitution lists four objectives:
To discuss and act upon common problems of local and national origin as related to member schools.
To discuss and act upon common problems of member schools.
To promote mutually sponsored academic, cultural, and social events.
To promote individual campus activities when requested.
Constitution of the Rochester Area Intercollegiate Student Association (RAISA). RAISA was formed in 1967 by undergraduate college students in Rochester, New York.
Collection consists of one item.
C.S. South, Shelf 809, Box 208
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in July 2011.
- Rochester Area Intercollegiate Student Association constitution
- RIT Archives
- Amy Vilz
- 30 July 2011
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