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University Archives & Special Collections

A guide to our collections, primary sources, and finding materials in UA&SC
Our University Archives holdings include course catalogs, interviews, photographs, yearbooks, commencement materials, Master’s Theses, The Daily Titan  and their Daily Titan Archive, and other campus publications, annual reports, media, and meeting minutes which document the University's history. Course Catalogs (1959 - 2007) and Yearbooks (1961 - 2000) are available online courtesy of the Internet Archive. Visit the Campus catalog archives for catalogs from 2007 - present.
Archive-It has been capturing CSUF webpages, student projects, and faculty publications since May 2018. For more information on web archiving and how to archive your webpages visit Web Archiving at CSUF.

The University Archives is the repository for the historical papers of California State University, Fullerton's administration, Faculty Senate, schools and departments, and student activities on campus. CSUF's records are a rich resource for historical research, and support current administrative needs.

Accessing CSUF's Archives

University Archives materials are available for use in the University Archives & Special Collections Reading Room. To find more information about university records open for research, please browse or search our finding aids, search OneSearch.

Transfer of Materials

Records from campus offices are designated for the University Archives by a combination of campus policy, federal and state laws, and California State University system policy. For more information, please refer to the attached documents:

  • Transfer Guidelines for University Archives
  • University Archives FAQ

University Archives records transfers must be accompanied by a completed Records Transfer Authorization form. Please contact us at (657) 278-4751 or uasc@fullerton.libanswers.com with any questions about potential transfers, or to schedule a drop-off or pick-up.


University Archives