The Archives is composed of those items produced by the University as part of its operations in fulfilling its educational mission. It includes business papers, legal documents, official and unofficial (including student) publications, departmental papers, newsletters, presidential papers, speeches, theses, brochures, posters, programs, etc. The items come in various formats such as handwritten documents, books or other printed materials, videos, sound recordings, microforms, art, photographs, ephemera. There are also some things from other sources about or relating to the University which are not technically archival documents.
Some archival items have been digitized. Click below to view the digital collections.