The RIT Archive Collections serves as the official repository for university records with historical, administrative and legal value. The department provides the university with an institutional memory, ensuring that a well-rounded view of RIT's unique history, from major decisions made by the trustees to student events, has adequate documentation. Holdings include:
- physical and digital administrative files
- audiovisual materials
- artifacts and memorabilia
Archival collections are described in finding aids, which are keyword searchable.
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Finding Aids Tutorial
We also have many books on or about RIT's history that can be searched using RIT's Library Catalog.