University Archives Digitization Policy
As time and resources permit, the University Archives is committed to digitizing its holdings which have particular historical and nostalgic value such as yearbooks, photograph and early student newspapers as well as those items which have current utilitarian value such as the course catalogs and Bulletins. The following items have been digitized or have priority for digitization:
University Archives currently has over 5000 images of campus life, faculty, students, places, events, etc. digitized and available for viewing in our photodatabase.
Course Catalogs/Bulletins are being scanned as time permits. For a list of what’s been scanned, please see Bulletins
Student Newspapers are being scanned as time permits. For a list of what’s been scanned, please see Student Newspapers
All yearbooks have been scanned. Yearbooks
University Archives holds a number of audio recordings from campus speakers and events in the 1960s and 1970s. Most of these have been digitized. Some have been transcribed. Those that do not have restrictions are available for listening in the Archives. Three are streamed from the website. Please visit this link for more information, Campus Speakers