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Please schedule an appointment with the Archivist and specify which collection or items you wish to review. If you have questions or wish to speak with an archivist prior to your appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The primary mission of the College Archives is to collect, evaluate, organize, describe, make available, preserve, and promote records of enduring historical, legal, fiscal, and administrative value to Parkland College.
About the Parkland College Archives
The College Archives, a special collection managed by the Parkland College Library, is the central location for historical information associated with Parkland College.
The College Archives offers a rich and diverse, organized collection of historical materials including paper documents, photographs, architectural drawings, microfilm, audiovisual media, and memorabilia.
Archives access is available to Parkland College faculty, staff, and enrolled students as well as alumni and public researchers. We are located in the library in R212. Access is by appointment only.
The Parkland College Archives was established in 1972. Since its inception, the Parkland College Archives has collected and preserved a wide variety of material that documents the culture and history of the college. It currently houses almost 500 linear feet of institutional documents, photos, media, and artifacts.
Archives are important because they contain evidence of decisions and events, hold us accountable for our actions, inform us about the past, and empower our future.