Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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This is the Annual Report from the Office of Registrar and Director of Admissions for Richmond College submitted by the Director of Admissions, Thomas N. Pollard, Jr., to President George M. Modlin for the 1970-1971 academic school year. That year,…

This is the Annual Report for the Richmond College Department of History for the 1969-1970 academic year. The Department urged the University to offer courses in African, Middle Eastern, Latin American, and Urban American history to fulfill the…

The Special Committee on Racial Discrimination of the Association of American Law Schools published these two reports for 1954. The Interim Report began by recounting how the 1953 Report of this special committee believed that the new committee of…

The president report for the year 1966-1967 shows statistics and enrollment numbers for all of the school apart of University of Richmond. University College had just over 2,000 students and Junior College had 456 students.

This report of University College highlights the purpose of the establishment of University College and the degrees it will offer. The report says, "The principal function of the new College is to serve the Richmond metropolitan area in those…

This report talks about the success of the first year of University College and plans for expansion. The report highlights new courses that were offered in the evening, the expansion of the liberal arts department, and the graduate programs. In the…

In 1963, it was made a requirement for degree seeking students of both Richmond and Westhampton College to take a full-year course in Bible. It is interesting to note that not all students enrolled in the university at that time were of the Christian…

This is the first report on the Junior College of University College, and an overview on the development of University College. The Junior College began in September of 1964 with just 123 students. It was a two year daytime liberal arts college meant…

Due to student protests in 1971, the university set up a policy committee comprised of students, staff, and faculty to streamline the university's disciplinary policies and provide more transparency to students and the university community in terms…

The section on segregation from the T.C Williams School of Law's report states that black students are now eligible to attend twenty-five out of the thirty-eight Southern law schools with Vanderbilt School of Law being the latest addition to the…
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