Documents concerning the United Student Christian Council, United Student Peace Committee, University Christian Mission and World Mission of Christianity, organizations working with student associations. The United Student Christian Council is an organization of student Christian organizations to encourage unity between organizations and across denominations, discuss together the common issues faced by students, discuss the role of Christianity in campus life and social problems and decide on programming. The United Student Peace Committee is an organization of student groups and student serving groups that aims to coordinate peace movement efforts across campuses. Documents include guidelines for demonstrations and student strikes, conference programs and flyers and general information regarding the movement. The University Christian Mission brings religious leaders to speak on college campuses and the World Mission of Christianity concerns the international missions of the church and students' roles. Documents concern the role of students in social and religious movements, the role of Christianity in social movements, the Christian student movement and religion on campuses.
Leadership in women
Women college students
Universities and colleges
Women in the ecumenical movement
World War, 1939-1945
1 partial reel
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Student, Sophia Smith Collection, MS 324, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.
Box 2: Series 2; Series 3, Reel 146