Students, faculty, visiting scholars, and members of the public with research inquiries are welcome to consult the Archives & Special Collections. Appointments are highly recommended to ensure availability of materials and staff assistance. You can make an appointment by contacting the Archives & Special Collections staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information regarding access to records relating to the Board of Trustees, Office of the President, and Office of the Provost, please read our access policies.
The Archives & Special Collections are located on the second floor of the Collins Memorial Library. The A&SC is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. We have drop-in hours for researchers Monday through Wednesday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. You may contact email@example.com to make an appointment.
Copies may be made by staff for the convenience of the individual user in support of research and teaching if the item can stand the stress.
Images from the Archives & Special Collections may be copied for personal use only. Use of images for publication or exhibition requires written permission from the University of Puget Sound.
Photographs available through the University of Puget Sound website must be credited to the University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections and to the photographer or creator (if known). Images on this website must not be altered (cropped/overcopied, etc) without written permission of the University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections.
In granting permission for publication or other use, the University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections does not surrender its right to exhibit, publish, or otherwise reproduce the materials. It is the user's responsibility to guard against the infringement of rights that might be held by others. The University of Puget Sound is not responsible for the improper or illegal use of any copies of materials held in its collection.
Permission from the Archives & Special Collections must be obtained before any unpublished documents can be published. In giving permission to copy, quote from, or publish, the Archives & Special Collections does not surrender its own right to publish such material or to grant permission to others to do so. The researcher assumes full responsibility for use of material and for conformity to the laws of defamation, privacy, and copyright, and shall indemnify and hold harmless the University and the Archives & Special Collections from claims arising as a result of use of the material so obtained. If the donors have retained literary rights, the researcher must obtain their permission before publication. If permission to publish is granted, location of the material must be indicated in the work.