Do you have:
- photos or videos of UNSW activities or the UNSW campus?
- UNSW produced publications such as annual reports, newsletters, posters or yearbooks?
- personal papers or other records relating to your time at UNSW?
UNSW Archives would like to hear from you!
Today’s records are tomorrow’s archives. The material does not have to be old to qualify for transfer to the Archives – current items are very welcome as they will be of great value in future years.
Material can be received in either print or digital form.
UNSW Archives only holds material that should be retained permanently, so we are not able to keep items of more temporary value, such as financial records. If you are a UNSW staff member, please also see Records Disposal for further information on the appropriate process to follow for destroying records created in the course of your work.
Family members of those who have been in any way associated with the university may also like to contact the Archives about depositing private records, photographs and other memorabilia they have inherited.
See our Acquisition Guideline or Transfer of UNSW Clubs and Societies' Records for more information about the type of material we seek to collect in the Archives.