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Brigham Young University. Student Auxiliary Services

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1986-2015

Administrative History

Student Auxiliary Services (1986-2015) was an administrative unit at Brigham Young University. The body had responsibility for a range of student services on campus.

The Student Auxiliary Services (SAS) was established in 1986 as an administrative body within the University. In 1989 the Assistant Administrative Vice-President took over the chief administrative role, and the SAS assumed a wider variety of services and departments. In 1996, SAS was placed under Student Life and directed by the Assistant Student Life Vice-President. SAS currently acts as the central administrative body over a vast array of campus services and organizations including the bookstore, Dining Services, Discontinuance Office, Food Services, Handicapped Student Services, and Housing Services. The following have served as officials over SAS: Norman Roberts (Coordinator, 1986-1988), R. Michael Whitaker (Associate Director, 1988-1990), Dean Fairbank (Assistant Administrative Vice-President, 1990-2001), David A. Hunt (2001-2015).

Citation

BYU organizational history project, Feb. 8, 2012: Brigham Young University. Student Auxiliary Services (SAS, 1986-, 1989 Assistant Administrative Vice-President, assumed wider variety, 1996 under Student Life, directed by Assistant Student Life Vice-President, administrates over campus services and organizations, bookstore, Dining Services, Discontinuance Office, Food Services, Handicapped Student Services, Housing Services, Norman Roberts (Coordinator, 1986-1988), R. Michael Whitaker (Associate Director, 1988), Dean Fairbank (Assistant Administrative Vice-President, 1990-2001), David A. Hunt (2001- ))

Twitter.com, via WWW, May 22, 2020 (David A. Hunt retires, July 2015) https://twitter.com/byustore/status/627166401569009664

Not found: Brigham Young University telephone directory, 2018

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Student Auxiliary Services framed architectural renderings of the Cannon Center, 2005-2008

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5668 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains architectural models of the remodeled Cannon Center. Dates range from 2005 to 2008.
Dates: 2005-2008