Hours of Operation
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Closed/by appointment only
JVL East Wing – Room 155
Northeastern State University Archives is the repository for materials that document the history of the institution. The department functions as NSU’s institutional memory by identifying, acquiring, and maintaining records and artifacts of enduring value. University Archives provides services and source material to administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and members of the community.
The following types of materials are collected by University Archives:
Academic and Research Units
Northeastern State University Special Collections supports the University’s mission and values by collecting, preserving, and sharing Native American materials. The collection focuses on history, anthropology, and language related to regional Native American cultural heritage. The department serves NSU students, faculty, staff, researchers, and members of the community..
Special Collections encourages the use of our collections by a diverse group of users, including NSU students, faculty, staff, and scholarly researchers from other institutions, the local community and general public.
The Digital Library is a freely accessible online repository of digital materials held by NSU Libraries. It includes original works by students, faculty, and other members of the NSU community, as well as items of historical interest from the Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections.