The Molloy University archives contain records that document college history, growth, and achievements. These records contain Molloy's story beginning in 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 records, publications, yearbooks, and course catalogs, the archives has a rich photographic collection documenting campus events and activities of students, faculty, and administrators.
Digital collections and personal papers are collections from organizations and individuals. These collections help inform the history of Molloy University, our long island community and support Molloy's educational mission. We maintain a variety of materials in physical and digital formats, including oral histories, internet, and social media archives, photographic collections, electronic records, manuscript papers, and ephemera.
Online access to some descriptive finding aids for the archives and collections are available. Widely used collection materials, such as publications and images, have been digitized to improve access. In many cases, manuscript materials will require the assistance of our staff to locate. Let us know your research interests - we are here to help!
We partner with Archive-It.org to capture and collect Molloy's online presence.
Donating Private Collections - we are always interested in hearing from potential collection donors. Our collecting areas focus on Molloy, our Long Island community, and collections that support Molloy's academic programs.