The Emory University Archives collects, organizes, preserves, and provides access to records and materials that document over 180 years of Emory history.
As the official repository of the records of the university and its affiliated organizations, we collect materials that document the history of Emory, including its founders, administration, faculty, students, and alumni/ae. For more information, please visit our Emory University History Guide, Naming Honors Research Guide, and Black Student Activism Topic Guide.
The University Archives is also home to the Emory Oral History Program, which is committed to the production, preservation, and promotion of oral history recordings. The program supports students, teachers, and community partners with resources and guidance to conduct oral history interviews and research. Another important function is our records management program, which sets official policies and provides guidance and resources for all stages in the records and information lifecycle.