University Archives

The Archives of Washington State University contain materials of permanent administrative or historical value that originates with Washington State University, including its administration, faculty, staff, and students. The University Archives document the activities and history of Washington State University and the people associated with it. These archives include official documents and papers, published and unpublished records, printed resources, ephemera, theses and dissertations, and audio and visual materials. These Archives exist for both historical and administrative purposes. Common uses involve university public relations, architectural research, departmental histories, past athletic events, older university publications, theses and dissertations, biography, and technical questions.

Some of these records are maintained by law, and access to portions of the University Archives is restricted. Though most records are readily available; certain situations may require filing a public disclosure request with the department which originated the records. A small portion of the records are covered by privacy laws and may be unavailable. The University Archives does not maintain student records/transcripts; please contact the Registrar regarding these.

Resources

Collection Guides

Collection Guides, or Finding Aids, are guides, inventories, registers, lists, or indexes that describe the contents of a collection. These Collection Guides provide an overview of specific collections in varying degrees of detail. Please note that more resources are available in MASC than indicated by this list of guides.

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