Overview

Northeastern University Historical Collections

The Northeastern University Historical Collections include the historical records and publications of Northeastern University - its colleges, centers, and administrative units. Among these materials are master theses and doctoral dissertations, as well as other Northeastern University Publications, including NU course catalogs, newspapers, photographs, and yearbooks. The Archives also preserves historical records of administrative and academic units, and selected individuals and outside organizations with ties to the University. Research guides or finding aids for processed Northeastern University Collections are accessible on the web.

Special Collections

Special Collections preserves the records of Boston-area social justice organizations that serve under-represented communities. Research guides or finding aids for processed Boston history collections are accessible on the web. Special Collections also includes rare books, faculty publications, and the Northeastern University Press collection. Most of these publications are searchable in NuCat.

If you are interested in donating materials, please consult Donating Organizational Records and Personal Papers.