The collections of the UCCS Archives consist of materials generated by offices, organizations and individuals important to the development of the Colorado Springs campus. These collections contain primary source material, including correspondence, reports, photographs, publications, scrapbooks, audio-visual recordings, press clippings and printed ephemera. The collections exist to support, supplement, and complement programs of research, education, and scholarship on the UCCS campus.
As part of an on-going process, descriptions of the UCCS Archives are being added to the Kraemer Family Library catalog so they can be discovered with other relevant, published works. Finding aids with descriptions are available for all processed collections in the UCCS University Archives.
The UCCS Archives includes administrative records and materials that document UCCS groups, activities, development or experiences. In keeping with our mission statement the UCCS University Archives actively collects in the following areas:
The UCCS Archives collects the following materials:
We do not collect the following records:
Faculty writings published commercially are catalogued in the Kraemer Family Library collection and are not considered part of the UCCS Archives. All donations are evaluated on a case-by-case basis which assesses their enduring value and preservation requirements. Born digital materials may be reformatted to maintain access.
The UCCS Archives seeks to foster mutually beneficial relationships with the Archives and Special Collections of the University of Colorado in areas of access, collection development and usage. The UCCS Archives collects materials relating to the Colorado Springs campus and we make every effort not to duplicate the collecting efforts of others.
Visit the Make a Donation to the UCCS University Archives page for more information.