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Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio). President's Advisory Council


Administrative history

The President's Advisory Council was begun in 1992 by Fr. James Hoff, S.J., the President of Xavier University. Members could include foundation or business leaders, alumni, parents or friends of the university. As the name implies this council was to be advisory in nature. It was to meet at least twice per year. At each meeting various issues were to be discussed. Members met not only with the university president, but also with university deans and other university officials. The Council was to be composed of individuals who had previously shown marked support for the university through various means. In addition to advising, the Council was intended to advance the interests of the university in areas of financial support and university relations.

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Xavier University President's Advisory Council records

Identifier: XUA-10
Abstract Various records stemming from the Xavier University President's Advisory Council. Materials include agendas, meeting discussion materials, informational reports from the university president, and meeting planning documents.
Dates: 1992-2010