Norwich University Archives and Special Collections preserves and provides access to both the written and still photographic records of the university and the library’s rare book collection.
Archival collections include:
- Official records of offices, departments and committees documenting the development and growth of Norwich University.
- Letters, diaries and scrapbooks telling the personal stories of Norwich alumni before and after graduation.
- Student papers and theses deposited in the archives and retained as permanent records.
Primary source material in the University Archives relates to the history of Norwich University, its staff, students and alumni.
Planning a research visit? We are open to researchers, Monday-Friday, during regular hours in the afternoons and early evenings. All visitors are welcome to come explore our collections.
Want to know what we collect or how to transfer old records from your office to the archives? Policies and transfer guidelines describe our archival collections and procedures.
Have a general question? Our archivists are always happy to help.