Student groups that reflect the members interest in academics, religion, athletics (intramural), or social activities.
The University of North Texas Ready Reference Collection contains publications that document the development of the university. The items date from 1890 to present. The publications include documents from departments, schools, colleges, and organizations on campus. They include brochures, handouts, informational booklets or catalogs, calendars and maps. A few of the most used items include the Avesta, the Normal Journal, the Fact Books, Bulletins, catalogs (undergraduate and graduate), class schedules, and the North Texan. The documents are filed under the primary name of the department (Music, Department/School/College) or the name of the department at the time the item was printed (Art, Department of; currently the Visual Arts and Design, College of).
The papers in this collection date from 1950 to 1971. There are lists of members, a Meritum constitution, adviors to Meritum, Meritum Reports, Honors Day Programs, and petition for acceptence to Mortar Board in 1967 and a small collection of prints and contact sheets.
The documents in this collection include a history of the organization, membership lists, and correspondence.
The collection contains the original members books, scrapbooks, photographs, and artifacts (primarily the beanies and green jackets the members wore) and material from the 2008 Green Jackets Reunion.
The founding and activities of the Hockey Club of North Texas is documented in a scrapbook that was created by the faculty sponsor and coach, Dr. William Powers. The collection has newsletters, clippings, some correspondence, and a poster.
The records in this collection include agenda, minutes, committee reports, correspondence, newsletters, and other papers that documents the faculty's influence on university policy, academic offerings and standards, accreditation, salaries, and university life.