University Archives and Records
The University Archives and Records Management work together to identify, manage, preserve, and share Appalachian State University’s records having legal, administrative or enduring historical value.
The keeper of the words, images, and sounds that tell the story of life at Appalachian State University from its founding to the present day
Open to anyone with an interest in the history of Appalachian, the University Archives houses not only the official records gathered from offices and departments but also the papers of individuals and organizations that are part of the history of the university. Archives carefully collected and preserved are useless unless they are shared, so we are eager to help you with your research about Appalachian.
University Records Center
Providing university offices and departments with advice about records retention and storage and retrieval services of their official records
Records Management supports the ongoing operation of campus offices and departments in managing their records by developing records retention schedules. The Records Center provides economic, secure storage and retrieval services for academic, administrative, and historical records that offices and department may no longer need on a daily basis but must be retained awaiting final disposition whether scheduled for destruction or destined for the University Archives.
Phone: (828) 262-7424
Fax: (828) 262-3001
University Records Center:
Fax: (828) 262-6684
Phone: (828) 262-4040