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The Salisbury University Archives include three collections: the University Archives, the Historical Archives and the Faculty Collection. 


Salisbury University Archives (SUA)
The Salisbury University Archives (SUA) includes:
  • more frequently used archival materials--yearbooks, fact books, bulletins, University catalogs, bound issues of student newspapers, anthologies, and collected works
  • second copies of items such as commencement programs and convocation addresses, if available
  • print copies of student theses.  Most theses are available online to users with Salisbury University accounts

The University Archives Collection is open to the public during normal operating hours of Blackwell Library.  Material in SUA circulates for a two-hour period and items may not be taken from the library.  SUA materials can be found on the 2nd floor of Blackwell Library with keys to the material maintained at the Circulation Desk.

Salisbury University Historical Archives (SUAH)

The Salisbury University Historical Archives (SUAH) includes:

  •  records created by SU departments in the course of their work
  •  the personal papers of SU faculty members, and various artifacts and objects

SUAH is non-circulating and appointments are required to view the collection. Special handling of the material may be required.  If photocopies are desired, the Archives staff will make copies of the material for a charge.  Official records created by Salisbury University may not be available.
 
   Current Collections: Leland Starnes Collection

Faculty Collection (FAC)
The Faculty Scholarship Collection (FAC) is a work in progress.  When completed it will include  copies of the faculty's scholarly publications and creative works, regardless of format.  Faculty are encouraged to donate copies of their work to help expand this collection.
 
Materials in FAC are non-circulating and appointments are required to view the collection. Special handling of the material may be required.  If photocopies are desired, the Archives staff will make copies of the material for a charge.  The Library purchases second copies of faculty books for the general circulating collection.
 
In addition, the library is building a Faculty Scholarship Database, a searchable file of faculty scholarship, creative works, and awards.  If you are a faculty member interesting in having your publications/completed creative works listen in the database, please contact Stephanie Fridie.


Finding aids may be available at the Research Help Desk.  Please call 410-677-0110 for more information.