Patricia Singleton-Young, oral history interview

Interviewer

Charmaine B. Tomczyk

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Date

7-6-2016

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Duration

36:46

Description

An actively involved Coastal student, Singleton-Young began (and ended) her 35+-year professional career at Coastal in a variety of student services areas, including Greek life, career services and financial aid. She was the first African-American Director of Student Activities (and later Multi-cultural Student Services) at Coastal. Beloved by students, her personal approach to caring for students gained her a lasting reputation for "Feeling the Teal". In 2019, a residence hall was named in her honor.

Comments

Funded in part by the Horry County Higher Education Commission.

Subject

Oral History--South Carolina;Coastal Carolina University--History;Horry County (S.C.)--History;Singleton-Young, Patricia A., 1952-

Rights

Copyright © Coastal Carolina University. For more information contact University Archives at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 29526.

Extent

Additional files include a transcript and time-coded summary index (8.5x11in)

Patricia Singleton-Young, oral history interview

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