Archives and Records Center
The Archives and Records Center serves Molloy College and its community by collecting, preserving, interpreting and providing access to resources relevant to the history of the college and its culture, as well as other resources of interest to Molloy. The records services program operated by the archives is Molloy's first formal records management initiative. This program will ensure the consistent and cost-effective management of records throughout their life-cycle, from creation through to their final disposition. Our goals are:
- To ensure responsible management of Molloy College's records as valuable resources and assets,
- To acquire, and preserve records of enduring value produced by the College offices, faculty, students and alumni,
- To encourage and assist the college community to study and make use of its documentary heritage through exhibits, presentations and published resources.
The College Archives contain valuable records of the college dating from the early 1930s - when the Dominican Sisters first began to plan and save for a catholic women's college - to the present day. Along with administrative documents, reports, yearbooks and course catalogs, the archives has a rich photographic collection documenting activities of the students, faculty and administrators of Molloy College. The Archives is also the repository for a growing number of manuscript and personal collections that help document the history of the College or support its educational mission.
Our digital collections are available from anywhere on campus