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Student Health Center Building

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51 UNI Helps Its Freshmen Adjust to College Life
Public Relations News Release 1972:105, p.1
10/28/1971 College freshman life as explained by Sue Werner and Jamie Loehr.
52 UNI Receives Annuals Interest Grant from Departments of HEW
Public Relations News Release 1971:748, p.1
7/28/1971 UNI has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare for construction of Unit II of the Education Center.
53 Regents Approve Business Transaction at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:694, p.1
6/25/1971 Project contracts approved by the Regents for campus improvement projects; list of approved contracts
54 Regents Award Contracts for Unit II of UNI Education Center
Public Relations News Release 1971:629, p.1
5/14/1971 $2,188,781 was awarded fro construction of the second unit of the UNI Education Center.
55 Regents Approve Steps to Meet UNI Residence Hall Debt Service Deficit
Public Relations News Release 1971:381, p.1
2/12/1971 A shortfall of $180,000 will be addressed by increasing charges by $90,000 and by reducing expenditures by $90,000.
56 Hastings Appointed as Part Time Consulting Psychiatrist at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1970:305, p.1
1/14/1971 Dr. Philip R. Hastings will be available for consultation at the health service every Tuesday afternoon.
57 Education Center Unit I Construction to Begin
Public Relations News Release 1969:645, p.1
6/15/1970 The six-story, $2,067342 structure is located between the Men's Gym, the Student Health Center and is just east of O. R. Latham Stadium.
58 Organizational News
Public Relations News Release 66:27, p.8
12/16/1969 Activities and meetings.
59 Regents Approve Capital Funds for UNI Building
Public Relations News Release 1969:225, p.1
12/12/1969 Phrase II of the UNI Education Complex; approval of $50,000 of capital improvements funds
60 1961-62 notable for expansion at SCI
College Eye 56:33, p.1
6/1/1962 Review of the year's events and activities.
61 Open house Sunday for new buildings
College Eye 56:30, p.1
5/11/1962 Will hold open houses for Music Building, addition to A & I Building, Student Health Center, and Regents Hall.
62 Campus adds improvements
College Eye 56:1, p.1
9/15/1961 Health Center Building now completed; some students now living in Regents (Rider) Hall; Stadium Hall will be abandoned; Music (Russell) Building should be ready by second semester.
63 Buildings here named--and renamed
Alumnus 46:3, p.5
9/1/1961 Functional names assigned to four new buildings: Administration, Music, Health Service, and Library. Seerley-Baker will become Baker. The old library will be Seerley Hall. The new men's dorm will be Regents Hall for Men; photo.
64 SCI campus busy before fall
Public Relations News Release 1960:564, p.1
8/10/1961 The physical plant department resurfaces the tennis courts, moves the student health services, links the department of music to heating and electrical facilities, converts Gilchrist Chapel to a lecture hall, and renovates the Men's and Women's Gymnasiums.
65 SCI to bring new health center for sick, sick students
Frisbie--Jack Dwayne (Class of 1961 and 1969)
College Eye 52:36, p.1
6/30/1961 Lengthy description of the new building; sixteen hospital beds; clinic; nurses' quarters; health services have been quartered in large farmhouse south of Baker Hall since the 1920s; photo.
66 '60-'61 in review . . . .
College Eye 52:33, p.4
6/2/1961 A collection of photos taken during the past school year; photo.
67 Names needed for new buildings
College Eye 52:28, p.2
4/28/1961 Marshall Beard discusses at length the policies and practice of naming campus buildings; will need to name new men's dormitory, but music, health, and library buildings may need to be named, too.
68 Four construction projects here are progressing rapidly
Alumnus 46:1, p.7
2/1/1961 Progress report on current projects; photo.
69 Construction is progressing
College Eye 52:16, p.1
1/20/1961 Work underway on Student Health Center, Music Building, Arts and Industries Building, Rider Hall, and other additions and repairs.
70 Brick by brick
College Eye 52:14, p.1
1/6/1961 The new Student Heath Center is almost complete; photo.
71 Untitled
College Eye 52:3, p.3
9/30/1960 Construction workers examine plans for the new health center; photo.
72 Four new buildings will bolster ISTC facilities
Alumnus 45:3, p.16
9/1/1960 Projects underway include new Music Building, Health Center, men's dorm, and addition to Arts & Industries; descriptions of new facilities; photo.
73 Construction begins on new ISTC Student Health Center
College Eye 51:35, p.3
7/8/1960 Lengthy description of the new facilities.
74 Health Service Provides Medical Advice and Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.91
6/1/1960 The Student Health Service is directed by Dr. V. D. French and assisted by Dr. S. C. Henn; Photo. Both doctors are provide medical advice and assistance to students at the Health Center and the College Hospital. Health records of all ISTC students are kept on file at the Health Center.
75 ISTC to begin 5 construction projects
Alumnus 45:1, p.3
2/1/1960 Projects include Health Services, Music, Arts and Industries, power plant, and remodeling; college purchases 126 acres of land west of Hudson Road..
76 New hospital to replace old on TC campus next spring
College Eye 51:4, p.4
10/9/1959 Description of current facilities and services; new center will be built west of Lawther Hall; photo.
77 Plans ready for new T. C. buildings
Alumnus 44:3, p.11
9/1/1959 Preliminary plans approved by Regents; description of facilities; photo.
78 Architect working on plans for Health Service, A & I
College Eye 50:37, p.4
7/24/1959 Preliminary plans approved; approve purchase of 40 acres, located south of 27th Street and west of Hudson Road, from the Heckroths for $95,000; description of A & I improvements.
79 Expansion plan announced for campus-wide needs; health service, new dormitory are included
College Eye 50:36, p.1
7/17/1959 Lengthy list of improvements under consideration.
80 Health Service Offers Flu and Polio Shots
Old Gold 0:0, p.97
6/1/1959 At the Student Health Service, tuberculosis skin tests, smallpox boosters, flu shots, and polio shots are given; the College Hospital, which employs registered nurses is also operated by the Student Health Service; photo.
81 Legislature appropriates $2,572,250; substantial start on building program
Alumnus 44:2, p.2
5/1/1959 New buildings will include a health services facility and a music building; an addition to Arts and Industries; improvements to infrastructure; new dorm also approved; photo.
82 Student Personnel
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1957 Student Personnel promotes the social and intellectual growth of each woman student through a counseling and guidance program, both group and individual; they also promote the overall physical and emotional health and wellbeing of every student; photo.
83 Land bought for dorm and school
College Eye 40:33, p.1
6/24/1949 College purchases forty-seven acres bounded by Hudson Road, 19th Street, 23rd Street, and Campus Street; will be used for women's dorms, health center, and a new campus school.
84 New property added to campus grounds
College Eye 40:7, p.4
10/29/1948 Purchase twenty acres north and west of campus from Raymond Andrews; plan to build Health Building, new Campus School, and women's dormitory there.
85 Dorm will house 300 upperclass women; new Health Center is planned
Public Relations News Release 40:4, p.1
10/8/1948 Dorm will be located north of Lawther Hall; Health Services building will be located in same area.
86 Money allotted for new buildings
College Eye 38:32, p.1
5/16/1947 Money will be used for Arts and Industries Building, Campus School, Health Center, garage, and power plant.
87 New buildings proposed; legislature holds key to requests
College Eye 38:15, p.1
1/10/1947 President Price asks for over $2 million; seeks money for building to replace Central Hall, Gilchrist Hall, and Old Administration Building; also seeks money for science building, arts and industries building, laboratory school, health center, and garage.
88 New buildings planned; approximately $905,000 cost of the new building program
College Eye 37:15, p.1
1/4/1946 Lengthy descriptions of new Arts and Industries Building, College Hospital, Laboratory School, and garage; photo.
89 Four new buildings in post-war plans
Alumnus 30:1, p.9
1/1/1946 President Price announces plans for a new campus school, an arts and industries building, a health services and hospital building, and a new garage to meet potential increased enrollment; detailed description of planned new facilities.
90 Erection of four new buildings on college campus after end of war
College Eye 36:42, p.1
8/3/1945 May build health center, campus school, arts and industries building, and physical plant improvements.
91 Four new buildings among approved College projects
College Eye 36:29, p.5
4/20/1945 $905,000 approved for new campus school, student health building, arts and industries building, and physical plant improvements.
92 College asks for new campus school
Alumnus 29:1, p.8
1/1/1945 Broad plan includes requests for new health services building, campus school, arts and industries building, auditorium, garages, coal pile containment, and heating plant facilities.
93 Interim committee approves college budget for building
College Eye 36:13, p.1
12/8/1944 Approve $900,000 over next two years; will include funding for Student Health Services Building, A & I Building, Campus School, a new auditorium, and a new garage.
94 College asks for buildings; repairs and replacements also wanted
College Eye 36:12, p.1
12/1/1944 President Price outlines building and repair program to accommodate postwar enrollment.


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