Distance Access Services
The Archives provides distance access services by e-mail, mail, and telephone. Distance access involves Archives staff consulting or referring to archival holdings to ascertain specific information found in archival collections. Staff can provide up to one-half hour of assistance at no cost. Additional staff assistance may be requested, subject to staff availability. If granted, a Distance Access Services fee will be charged. The fee must be received before the service is performed. Individuals doing substantial research or who live in the immediate area are encouraged to visit the Archives or arrange for the services of a private researcher.
You may request duplication of university records, manuscript material, photographs, and other media subject to copyright, usage restrictions, and staff availability. All fees for duplication must be received before the service is performed and duplication does not confer the right to use the material in any way other than specified in the signed Duplication Request Form. Please consult the Access Services and Duplication Fee Schedule for more details and submit your request using a Duplication Request Form. A staff member will contact you about your request.