Wayne State University Association of Black Business Students Records
This collection consists of meeting minutes from the late 1990s, correspondence, and event programs. In addition, it also contains photographs from group banquets and other events.
- 1984 - 2003
- Wayne State University (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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The Association of Black Business Students was a student organization at Wayne State University. The records document its activities from 1984 to 2003.
The Association of Black Business Students, or ABBS, was an African-American oriented student group that based its core focus on students going into business. Founded in 1967, ABBS held several goals: promoting interaction of goal-oriented business students, exposing them to various career opportunities, and helping students acquire leadership abilities. ABBS also strived to help members develop leadership skills by encouraging participation in group activities and chairing events.
This collection is arranged into 1 series, with folders arranged alphabetically.
Materials were deposited at the Walter P. Reuther Library by John J. Davis in 2005.
Processed and finding aid written by Mark Prindiville on April 6, 2017.
- Guide to the Association of Black Business Students Records
- Processed by Mark Prindville.
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