The University Archives is the official memory of the university and it acquires and administers non-current university records. University records are organized by office, department, or program and document the history and activities of the institution. Materials often include minutes, reports, correspondence, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
View of university records in archival boxes in the archives storage facility in Aquinas Hall.
- Office personnel and student records are closed to researchers.
- Records of University offices are open to staff of the creating office, designated staff, and the president's office.
- Records created by University offices 50 years ago or earlier (records would be older than 50 years) are open to researchers at the discretion of the University Archivist or Associate Archivist.
- Records created by University offices in the last 50 years (records would be less that 50 years old) will be available to researchers only when they obtain permission of the current administrator of the creating office. Researchers may seek permission by writing to the University Archivist or Associate Archivist, who will forward the request to the appropriate office.
- Published materials of the university are open to researchers. These publications include but are not limited to:
- Announcements/Course Catalogs, 1889 to the Present
- Annual Report of the Rector, 1889-1967
- Cardinal Yearbooks, 1916 to the Present
- The Tower, 1922 to the Present
- The Tower Archive Online, 1922-2012
- List of the University Record Collections in the Archives
Please contact the archives at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding our new university record collections.