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 What is the Archives?

    Established in 1978, the Missouri School of Mines/Missouri University of Science and Technology Archives houses the historical, legal, and cultural records of the University. The Archives collects and preserves departmental, alumni, and professorial materials. These include photographs, the day-to-day records of the University, as well as campus artifacts.

How can the Archives Help?

    The Archives assists faculty, staff, students, and the public in research projects related to the University. Due to the sensitive and physical condition of the collections, patrons are required to adhere to the directions of the Archives' staff. The Record Center web page will also help with any question you have on requesting records and what files to record.

Does the Archives Accept Donations? 

 The Archives seeks materials that relate to the history of the campus and those associated with it, such as alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the University. These items include personal papers, photography, St. Patrick's memorabilia, official department publications, maps, graphic materials, and other historically significant items.

Want to Donate?

 Donations help maintain the history of the university. You can add to our collection through items and remembrances. Photos are very important to maintaining our photo collection. You can send digital photos to the Archives email. You can sent the item to our office: University Archives 400 West 14th Street, Rolla, Mo 65409-1260.

 Endowment Fund

    An Endowment Fund has been established for the Missouri S&T Archives. Please help us preserve the heritage of the Missouri School of Mines, the University of Missouri-Rolla and the Missouri University of Science and Technology by contributing to this fund. 

 

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