Guild of Graduates

Scope and Content

Papers of the University of Wales Guild of Graduates, 1894-1991; papers of the Standing Committee of the Guild, 1894-1988; papers of the Rationalisation Working Party of the Guild, 1986-1987; papers of individual branches of the Guild, 1936-1946, 1960-1967; and papers of the Classics section of the Guild, 1951-2001.

Administrative / Biographical History

Everyone who graduates within the University of Wales becomes a member of the Guild of Graduates. The Guild maintains an active register of members. Its aim is to include as many graduates as possible on the register, to enable them to receive correspondence about the Guild and its activities. The Guild is considered as one of the 'Authorities' of the University and has representations on the University Court, Council, and Central Services Committee. Currently (2004) the Guild has nine sections and seven branches.

Arrangement

Arranged into fourteen series: minutes, agendas and reports, attendance registers, Transactions, The Guild Annual, annual reports, regulations and standing orders, membership lists, subject files, general files, printed papers, papers of the Standing Committee of the Guild, papers of branches, and papers of the Classics section of the Guild.

Note

Everyone who graduates within the University of Wales becomes a member of the Guild of Graduates. The Guild maintains an active register of members. Its aim is to include as many graduates as possible on the register, to enable them to receive correspondence about the Guild and its activities. The Guild is considered as one of the 'Authorities' of the University and has representations on the University Court, Council, and Central Services Committee. Currently (2004) the Guild has nine sections and seven branches.

Preferred citation: G

Additional Information

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