A variety of newsletters have circulated around campus throughout Concordia’s history. This collection holds a smorgasbord of publication types. Few titles include a full run; think of this collection as a sample of publications over the years.
In 2005, CSP received a Bush Grant to focus on increasing student engagement in scholarship through mentoring, research, service learning, and information fluency. This collection represents the Library's role in this grant program.
This collection holds reported data about our students and academic programs from 1942 through 1980. You can find stats on sex, race and ethnicity of our student body, major programs, number of students by class, and more.
(1991-2001) The President’s Cabinet discussed matters concerning the University community such as: campus beautification, campus life, the budget, departmental concerns, and planning for and constructing new buildings on campus.
Rev. Dr. Robert Holst was CSP's President between 1991 and 2011. His presidency was a time of growth and change for CSP through cultural diversification and technological advancement. The records included in this collection are mostly administrative.
An academic institution's student handbook provides valuable insight into student and campus life. Learn about the institution's rules for students, the types of student orgs and clubs that are available, and the resources and services available.
This collection is recordings of hymn festivals and concerts of Paul Manz. It is a part of the Papers of Paul Manz. The collection is still minimally processed. The recordings are mostly in reel-to-reel format and are not available to listen to currently.
Dr. John F. Stach taught at CSP from 1957 to 1977. He was the Chair of the Religion and Social Science departments. This collection holds his personal and professional papers. We even have a clay bust of Stach made by an Art student!
Time capsules have been placed in a variety of buildings on campus. Three that were placed in dormitories built on campus were opened in 2008 after the dormitories were demolished to build Holst Hall. This collection holds their contents.
Dr. Thomas Saylor, History faculty at CSP, has been directing oral history projects for a number of books that he as authored. This project focuses on Minnesotan's reactions to the 1976 American Bicentennial and construction of the Metrodome.
Dr. Thomas Saylor, History faculty at CSP, has been directing oral history projects for a number of books that he as authored. This collection holds interviews of civilians, service veterans, and prisoners of war discussing their experiences during the World War II years.