About the Northeastern Archives
The Northeastern University Archives preserves historical records of Northeastern University’s administrative and academic units, as well as selected individuals and outside organizations with ties to the University.
The Northeastern University Historical Collections include the historical records and publications of Northeastern University – its colleges, centers, and administrative units. Among these materials are theses and dissertations, as well as other Northeastern University publications, including Northeastern University 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.
You can browse and learn more about our digitized Northeastern Archives records and Northeastern History on our Northeastern history exhibit, or by visiting our digital repository collection of material from Northeastern to more easily search our records.
To review and search collection level descriptions of the Northeastern records we hold, please consult our archives catalog of finding aids in ArchiveSpace.
Learn how to browse our digitized records by consulting How to View Our Digitized Records.