About the University Archives
The University Archives houses a collection of materials relating to Binghamton University, including publications (catalogs, yearbooks, directories, bulletins, reports, student and faculty/staff newspapers, and departmental newsletters and publications), photographs, building plans, original copies of Binghamton PhD dissertations and master's theses, recordings of concerts and recitals given on campus, minutes of the Faculty Senate and Harpur College Council, and some records of other University organizations and departments. Digital and hard copies are collected. For the policies and procedures for transferring University records, contact the University Archivist.
Books written, translated or edited by Binghamton faculty, are cataloged within the “Faculty Archives” collection. In addition, some collections of faculty papers are held by University Archives including those of African-American playwright Loften Mitchell, world-renowned sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein, prolific poet Maria Mazzioti Gillan, and other distinguished scholars in art history (Kenneth Lindsay), archaeology (Albert Dekin and William Isbell), and English (William V Spanos and John Vernon). The papers of poet and author, alumna Molly Peacock, are also part of the University Archives.
Further information about the collecting scope and policies of University Archives can be found here:
Selected Digital Collections
Binghamton University Archives Photographs feature five hundred selected photographs of students, faculty and staff, student organizations, events, activities, and campus buildings at Triple Cities College in Endicott, NY and Harpur College, Vestal campus. The photographs are from 1946-1996 with the majority from 1946-1970.
Binghamton University Photographs include campus events, administrators, alumni, and student life from 2001-2017 and were taken by University photographers.
Dateline is the official listserv for staff and faculty and contains daily news briefs and campus-wide announcements. Issues dating from 2008 to 2017 are available digitally.
Inside Binghamton University, is Binghamton University's weekly newspaper. Issues dating from 2003 to 2014 are available digitally.
Binghamton University Bulletins
The official university publication describes the programs and policies in a given academic year. Bulletins from 1997 to 2019 are available digitally.
Binghamton University Annual Security and Fire Reports
Statistics must be compiled by the University on certain crimes and student conduct referrals. The Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Report is coordinated by the University’s Clery Act Coordinator, with the assistance of several other offices.