University Archives

University Archives

Records that document the history of the University at Albany, SUNY and its predecessor schools.
The University Archives documents the history of the University at Albany, SUNY from its origin in 1844 as the New York State Normal School to train teachers for New York State to its present status as a comprehensive research university. The department collects, manages, and provides access to permanent university records for research use. This includes the administrative records of the university, student groups, faculty, alumni, and affiliated organizations. Collecting and preserving university records documents our history and promotes transparency and accountability.
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Annual Reports Collection, 1844-2005

0.83 cubic ft.
Collection is made up of annual reports from the Executive Committee and President of the College as well as several reports presented to the President of the College.
University Archives: ua950.005
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Campus Construction Collection, 1951-1987

1.5 cubic ft.
This collection contains planning documents used in the development and construction of the University at Albany, SUNY's Uptown campus.
University Archives: ua934

Campus Directories Collection, 1925-2006

2.06 cubic ft.
This collection is made up of directories to campus faculty and staff at the new York State College of Teachers and the University at Albany.
University Archives: ua950.007

Campus Unrest Collection, 1967-1972

1.53 cubic ft.
The Campus Unrest Collection documents volatile events during the late 1960s and the early 1970s that occurred not only at the State University Of New York at Albany, but at other Universities as well.
University Archives: ua750

Community University Day Collection, 1972-1983

1 cubic ft.
Contains materials relating to Community University Day, which was an annual event aimed at fostering a positive relationship between UAlbany and the Albany community. Materials include: fliers and posters, programs, and correspondence.