The primary purpose of the Concordia University Archive is to preserve and service the official records of the institution and make them available to faculty, staff, students, board members, and outside researchers. In a sense, it shall be the official memory of the University and, as such, serve the administration. The collection consists of a variety of records: official records of academic departments and University offices; official University publications such as circulars, catalogs, newsletters, announcements, and programs; photographs, slides and negatives; audio/visual recordings; and digital or machine-readable records.
Our archive holds many different collections, from official university records to personal, manuscript collections. Here are examples of some of the many things you can find in our archive:
Access to the materials in our archive is by appointment only. In order to ensure the continued preservation of the materials in our collection, our archival collections are not browsing collections. We ask that you contact our archivist via email or phone at least 24 hours in advance of when you would like to visit to use the materials.
DigitalCommons@CSP is an institutional repository of student and faculty scholarship, special collections, and campus publications.