Fonds 0254 - University of Toronto. Division of University Advancement fonds

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Reference code

UTA 0254

Title

University of Toronto. Division of University Advancement fonds

Date(s)

  • ca. 1900s - 2010 (Creation)

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Fonds

Extent and medium

112.8 m (598 boxes) of textual and photographic records, publications, film and video, and audio

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Name of creator

(ca. 1970s - current)

Administrative history

The Division of University Advancement (DUA) promotes and supports the University of Toronto by engaging a worldwide community of more than 537,000 alumni, plus many donors and friends. The uniquely integrated structure of University Advancement encourages each division to bring its particular strengths and expertise to the common cause of advancing U of T’s relations with alumni, donors, and friends.

Name of creator

(1958 - ca. 1990s)

Administrative history

Established in 1958 and became incorporated into the Division of University Advancement in the 1990s.

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(ca. 1990s?)

Administrative history

The Department of Alumni and Development is a precursor to the Division of University Advancement

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(ca. 1990s?)

Administrative history

The Department of Alumni and Communications is a precursor to the Division of University Advancement.

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Scope and content

This fonds contains 8 accessions from the Division of University Advancement. See accession-level descriptions for more details.

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Restricted ; Subject to review under "Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act"

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