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Purpose

The University Archives collects, preserves, and makes available records that document the institutional history and memory of California State University, East Bay. The archives supports the educational and research goals of the university.

Audience

The University Archives welcomes all researchers interested in California State University, East Bay history. Please contact the archives staff  (archives@csueastbay.edu) if you would like to schedule an appointment to use the archival collections or have any questions about the University Archives or archives research in general.

History

The University Archives was established with the opening of the University Library building on the Hayward Hills campus in 1971. Currently, the University Archives staff are accessioning, reprocessing and describing the collections in order to provide greater access to the collections for researchers.

The Archives are non-circulating and users must agree to follow rules governing the use of University Archives materials. University Archives is currently available Monday – Friday, during regular (day time) library hours. Appointments are encouraged, but not required and we try to accommodate all researchers.


Other Archives Pages:

Archives Home | Finding What You Want in the Archives | Featured Materials | University Archives Policies | Other Archival Resources | Harcleroad Exhibit

NOTE: While we are constructing our pages for the new library website, we invite you to visit our “vintage” presence at our old address.

Last Updated 03.01.11

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