Welcome to the University Archives
The University Archives serves as the gateway to history about women in higher education. The role of the University Archives is to identify, acquire, manage, and preserve university records of enduring value to promote intellectual curiosity and discovery and scholarly exploration and inquiry.
The University Archives identifies and preserves administrative, legal, fiscal, and historical records that have enduring value for the TWU community and makes those records available in accordance with policies approved by the State of Texas, University's Board of Regents, administration, faculty, and donors. The staff strives to ensure the preservation of historically significant documents and other materials that reflect the University’s origins and development and the activities and achievements of its administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and donors.
If you want to research the history of TWU or anything connected to the history of the University, then the University Archives is the place to start. Contact us at 940-898-3751 or email us at Ask an Archivist.
|Aerial view of Guinn and Stark Hall Dormitories|
|1904 Bulletin with pictures of faculty members|
|A & M - T.S.C.W. Rifle Match|
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