About The Baylor University Archives


The University Archives at The Texas Collection serves as the secure repository for Baylor University records. Its principal function is to collect, preserve, and provide appropriate access to records of enduring value related to the history of Baylor University. In general, records have enduring value if they contain evidence of University policy, organization, planning, decisions, operations, procedures, or if they have other significant informational value.


The University Archives collects the following materials, regardless of format:

      - Records of the Board of Trustees
      - Records of the Board of Regents
      - Records of former presidents, deans, departments, and committees - including 
correspondence, contracts, minutes, reports, publications, photographs,
policies and procedures
      - Annual reports
      - Self-studies and accreditation visits
      - University publications, newsletters, catalogs, yearbooks, etc.
      - Published and unpublished materials that document all aspects of the Baylor 
community, including events, student life, and the physical campus
      - Dissertations and theses
      - Selected artifacts relating to Baylor University (as space permits)



Learn more about the University Archives from the University Archives website.