Archives and Manuscript Collections
The 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 on Long Island 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 that make up the Molloy community. We also maintain a small series of manuscript collections comprised of the personal papers of alumni and faculty.
We are actively accepting donations of collection materials from alumni and faculty. We are also interested in donations relating to the history and education of nurses and educators on Long Island. To learn more about donating your collection to Molloy see the section on donating collections.
Research at the Molloy Archives and Records Center
The Archives and Records Center is designed and staffed to support the research needs of the Molloy Community. Some portions of the collections are open to the public for research purposes. Appointments must be made in advance by anyone interested in visiting the archives. Please review the section on research services prior to making an appointment.