Browsing of archival materials will be a longer process than usual to allow 3 days between each person touching them as we would not be able to appropriately disinfect our historical materials without damaging them. However, there are many materials that I am able to scan and email. Please email me with your search details, and I will do my best to address your request. Thank you for your understanding in this situation.
- Regina Bouley Sweeten
We have two digital repositories.
How can I use the digital repositories?
Temporary Change (as of 3/25/2020)
Our access will be temporarily affected during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will not be allowing browsing of materials as we would not be able to appropriately disinfect our historical materials without damaging them. However, there are many materials that have been scanned that I will be able to access from home to assist in your searches. Please email me with your search details, and I will do my best to address your request. If I am unable to do so from home, I will add your query to my list to address when I return to the office. Thank you for your understanding in this situation.
We are happy to help connect people to the information they want if we can. If you need information, please try to provide as much specific information as possible to help us narrow the search. Examples include:
It will also help if you can provide a timeline on when you would like the information. If we are already doing searches, we may not be able to immediately get started on your request.
You may view non-circulating materials in the reading room on Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment.
The in-house budget is posted in response to Section 3 D (10) of New Mexico Senate Bill 195 (2010) (Sunshine portal transperancy act): The sunshine portal shall provide, at a minimum, access to the following information: a directory of all employee positions, including exempt employee positions, by state agency, showing each position's title and salary.
The University Archives collects materials produced in the operation of the university. We do not collect personnel information that is more appropriately held by the Office of the Registrar or Human Resources. To see what university records are required to be transferred to the Archives, you can reference the Retention and Disposition of Public Records section of the New Mexico Administrative Code.
A more complete collection development statement is forthcoming. If you have any questions about our holdings, please contact Regina Bouley Sweeten. (Contact information above.)