In support of Indiana State University’s mission, the University Archives is the official repository for university records and student materials of permanent historical, administrative, or legal value. The University Archives also welcomes the donation of personal items that provides information about the Indiana State University community. These items can include photographs, scrapbooks, unpublished articles, university publications, etc.
To donate student memorabilia, photographs, scrapbooks, student organizations and Greek Societies records, please contact the University Archivist.
Records are evidence of the university's activities and transactions, such as contracts, correspondence, board minutes, and reports. Artifacts and other materials such as photographs of events, t-shirts, trophies, flyers for events, etc. can also enrich the historical record of the University’s history.
Digital files on PDAs, flash drives, office computers, servers, and document management systems- these materials can become inaccessible faster than you realize- talk to the University Archivist today about digital files!
Click the links below to see what records you should transfer and how to handle paper and digital records.
As the official repository for Indiana State University the University Archives takes various records from offices around campus, as well as material from student organizations, alumni, and others who have material on the history and life of ISU.