UL Lafayette Special Collections
The University Archives houses the archival records of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette from its inception to the present. The mission of the University Archives is to preserve and provide access to the University’s records of permanent, historical, legal, fiscal, and administrative value. Being over 2000 feet in length and covering more than a century's worth of history, the University Archives continues to grow and redefine itself as the University itself evolves.
Select records include the Office of the President, academic and administrative offices and units, annual and operative budgets, publications, self-studies, student organizations, and artifacts.
An index for the University Archives is available on Dupré Library's website. To access, go to the Collections page, navigate to the side panel under University Archives & Manuscripts and click Acadiana Manuscripts Collection at the top.
Once redirected, users can either find the index in alphabetical order (under letter "U"), or by numerical order (Collection 1).
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If browsing numerically:
Collections in the University Archives
|COLL 1-A||Office of the President|
|COLL 1-B||Academic Affairs|
|COLL 1-C||Administrative Affairs|
|COLL 1-D||Business Affairs|
|COLL 1-E||Student Affairs|
|COLL 1-F||University Relations|
|COLL 1-G||Alumni Affairs|
|COLL 1-I||Student Activities|
|COLL 1-J||Faculty/Staff Affairs|
|COLL 1-K||UL Lafayette Foundation|
|COLL 1-L||Governing Boards|
|COLL 1-R||Maps and Blueprints|
|COLL 1-U||Oral Histories|