Special Collections & University Archives
The Grand Valley State University Archives is the repository for official and quasi-official records created by the University's administration, academic departments, faculty, students, and campus organizations. The Archives collects records that document and support the University's mission to contribute to the enrichment of society through excellent teaching, active scholarship, and public service. It exists to help meet the University's legal responsibility to preserve and make available its records and to assist the University community to document its actions and decisions.
The records exist in diverse formats, such as photographs, negatives, slides, motion picture film, maps, prints, and drawings, microfilm, audio and video materials and some electronic records.
The Archives works with the University Special Collections to collect and preserve primary and secondary materials that support the research interests of the communities it serves.
For more information call 616-331-8726.
Page last modified February 11, 2013