University records are the permanent historical records of Santa Clara University, from its founding in 1851 to the present. The records document the governance, administration and academic pursuits of the institution.
The records are organized into record groups (RG) according to their office of origin, and include:
|RG2||Board of Trustees|
|RG3||General University - includes the Presidents papers, Commencement programs, ministers logs, and Catala Club records, among others.|
|RG4||Academic Administration and Support - includes office files of the Provost, Vice Provosts, and Academic Vice President.|
|RG6||Business and Finance - includes Property records, Treasurer's records, and records of administrative services.|
|RG7||University Relations - includes records of the Alumni Office, Golden Circle Theatre Party, Kenna Club, and records of Vice President.|
|RG20||College of Arts & Sciences|
|RG22||School of Law|
|RG23||School of Engineering|
|RG24||School of Business|
Also available for research are publications including The Santa Clara (1923-present), Redwood (1903-present), The Owl, as well as course catalogs and bulletins (1854-present), and University news releases. University records also include extensive photographs of students, faculty, events, and the University campus (1855-present). An oral history collection supplements information provided by these documents.
University records are available for research within the context of the University Records Access Policy.