Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
This artificial collection documents the process by which coeducation was proposed, researched, debated, and ultimately defeated in the late 1960s and in the early 1990s. The bulk of the records originate from the office of President Stafford. Coeducation in graduate programs and move to coeducation in 2016 are not included in this collection.
This collection documents the activities of the Pittsburgh Female College Association (PFCA), an organization formed in 1905 to preserve the memory of the Pittsburgh Female College (PFC). The PFC was an educational institution located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that enrolled female students from 1855 to 1896.
Virginia Ann Sager attended the Pennsylvania College for Women from 1944 – 1948 as a day student. She was the first woman in her family to receive a college education. The Virginia Sager Collection spans her time at the Pennsylvania College for Women.