The mission of the University Archives is to collect, arrange, describe, preserve and make accessible University College records of permanent, historical, and administrative value and to disseminate information about the holdings of the Archives through research, campus publications, exhibits, and online resources. The ultimate goal of the Archives is to create a permanent, living record of the historical heritage of the University's unique role in the development and evolution of continuing and adult education.
- UMUC Research and Scholarship Collection
Research-related materials produced by UMUC students, faculty, staff, and visiting scholars.
- Student Opportunities to Advance Research & Scholarship (S.O.A.R.S.)
Poster presentations from doctoral candidates in the final stages of their dissertations, highlighting their research.
- DE Oracle: An Online Learning Magazine for UMUC Faculty
Selected articles from the DE Oracle, which was published from 2001 through 2012.
- Maryland Commission on Cybersecurity Innovation and Excellence Collection
The complete papers including agendas, reports, and resources.
The Marylander, a UMUC student newspaper focusing on overseas studies.
- Mason G. Daly Collection
The collected speeches (1958-1967) of Martin G. Daly, Director of the European Division of the University of Maryland University College.
- UMUC Course Catalogs
A historical collection of UMUC course catalogs from Asia, Europe, and Stateside.
- UMUC Doctor of Management Dissertations
For a full list, click Dissertations and Theses Global (ProQuest), search for "University of Maryland University College" (in quotes) and select University/institution - SCH from the drop-down menu.
- UMUC Photos
Photos from UMUC Asia, Europe and Stateside throughout the years.
- UMUC Yearbooks
UMUC Yearbooks from Europe.
The Physical Collection
The Archives includes photos, memorabilia, yearbooks, course catalogs, and departmental files. Please note that the Archives does NOT house financial, student, or faculty records.
Volunteers: Given the confidential nature of many of the archival holdings, visitors to the Archives are quite welcome by prior arrangement, but at present there is neither physical space nor staff coverage to accommodate volunteer participation.