The University Archives includes business records, photographs, audio and videorecordings, memorabila and other materials that document the unique history of Suffolk University.
The collection is large in scope, and covers all aspects of Suffolk’s history and development from 1906 to today, and includes the records of:
- Academic and Administrative Units: the Board of Trustees; the Office of the President, Vice Presidents, Provosts, Deans, and Student Affairs
- University Publications: reports, alumni magazines, and course catalogs
- Student Life: club and student groups
- Student publications: student newspapers, journals and yearbooks
- University Photographs: student life, athletics, buildings and places, events, people (faculty, staff, alumni and students)
- Memorabilia: Suffolkania such as regalia, scrapbooks, artwork and mementos
Contact the Archive or search the SMART catalog for research assistance. Consult this list to see the full array of records collected by the university.
For more information about transferring records to the Archive, please consult the Records Management page.
PLEASE NOTE: Most records of the university are closed to public research for 50 years from the date of creation, or 80 years if they contain personally-identifiable information. Access to these records is available with permission from the creating office only. Please contact the Archives if you wish to access restricted records, and we will help you contact the appropriate creating office.