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RCC Archives

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Mission

The RCC Archives is the steward of the historic, academic, administrative, financial, and student activities-related records of the College. The mission of the RCC Archives is to collect, preserve, and make accessible these records, and to promote an understanding of the RCC legacy, past, present, and future.

Collection Policy

The Archives is the central repository for records in various formats – text, audiovisual, and digital – that document the history, mission, programs, and policies of RCC.

Acquisition Policy   

The RCC Archives accepts donations of the above records in all formats. It also accepts donations of other records related to Roxbury Community College on a case-by-case basis.

We welcome faculty members, administrative officers, and RCC staff to place their personal and/or professional papers in the College Archives. In such cases, the Librarian Archivist will assess the records, in person if possible, and arrange for their transfer to the Archives. If the donated records include those for which Roxbury Community College does not hold the physical ownership rights or copyright (i.e. those for which an individual affiliated with the College is the owner and/or holds copyright) a Deed of Gift form shall be signed that delineates the access, use, disposition, and ownership (physical and copyright) of any records donated to the RCC Archives.

Material may be sent to Julia Greider, RCC’s Librarian Archivist. She is also available for an in-person consultation to discuss a donation or to pick up records. Please contact her at (867) 701-1387 or jgreider@rcc.mass.edu with any questions regarding the donation of records.

Finding Aids

Click here to view a broad inventory of the overall structure of the archives' holdings. Click on the links below to access more detailed finding aids for each series. Born-digital materials are not included in these finding aids; please contact the Librarian Archivist at jgreider@rcc.mass.edu for information about accessing these materials.