Brigham Young University. Hosting Services
- Existence: 1976 - 1997
Hosting Services (1976-1997) was an auxiliary unit at Brigham Young University.
Hosting Services was established in 1976 within the University Relations Division of the university in conjunction with the United States bicentennial and the university's centennial celebrations. It was initially responsible for organizing campus tours, but its responsibilities were later extended to include coordinating special campus events such as groundbreaking ceremonies and visits by General Authorities. Directors included George Bowie (1976-1978), Craig McIllory (1978-1984), Kurt Waldron (1984), and Ronald Clark (1984-1997). In 1997 the unit was reorganized as Public Affairs and Guest Relations.
Citation:Hosting Services slides and audiocassettes, 1981-1983
BYU Organizational History Project website, via WWW, May 6, 2014 (Hosting Services; est. 1976 in conjunction with U.S. bicentennial and university centennial; provides campus tours, special events coordination (ground breaking ceremonies, graduation), coordination with General Authorities; part of University Relations Division; reorganized as Public Affairs and Guest Relations in 1997; directors included: George Bowie (1976-1978), Craig McIllory (1978-1984), Kurt Waldron (1984), and Ronald Clark (1984-1997))
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains slides and audiocassettes collected by Brigham Young University Hosting Services. The collection was formed as the result of various projects, including "The BYU Experience," Communications 335 Project, and BYU Conference Center: "Learning Experiences to Match Our Mountains". It includes slides of university buildings, performing groups, athletics, presidents, and audiocassettes accompanying some of the projects, 1981-1983.