Contact Us

Location:
The NSU Archives is located on the fourth floor of the Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center.

Hours of Operation:
8:30 a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Monday - Friday

Phone:
(954) 262-4642

NSU Digital Collections

The NSU Archives and the Alvin Sherman Library present the NSU Digital Collections, part of NSUWorks.

Tech working in the germ-free lab. Teaching Ph.D. students in the Life Sciences. Dr. Dick Dodge looking at skeleton remains of marine life. The Parker Building in first stages of construction. The RV Gulf Stream Three NSU Presidents: Ray Ferrero, Jr, Dr. Ovid Lewis, and Dr. Abraham S. Fischler.

About the NSU Archives

The NSU Archives seeks and stores information and materials about members of the greater university community and their contributions to the university's growth and history.

The NSU Archives appraises, collects, organizes, describes, and preserves the official and ancillary university records of historical, cultural, legal, fiscal, and administrative value.

The NSU Archives urges the NSU community to have regard for, and not discard, their individual and personal documents, artifacts, memorabilia, correspondence, and photographs relevant to university activities.

If in doubt, don't throw it out. Allow the university's professional archivist to determine the long-term value and significance of your materials, while respecting your confidentiality.

Opportunities for Giving

Please contact the university archivist for information on special naming and giving opportunities for financial contributions. All discussions are appropriately confidential and adhere to university giving policies.

Contributing Materials

To discuss the evaluation of contributable materials, or to make arrangements for their delivery, please contact:

Contact Phone
Michele Gibney, University Archivist (954) 262-4635
Gena Meroth, Archives and Digital Librarian (954) 262-4641
Cathy Elios, Archives Coordinator/Graphic Artist (954) 262-4642

NSU Digital Collections

The NSU Archives and the Alvin Sherman Library present the NSU Digital Collections, part of NSUWorks.