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Donating Materials
Lake St. Benedict

 "Canoe race on Lake St. Benedict," c. 1980 

The Benedictine University Archives actively collects institutional records and accepts donations of personal papers. If you're interested in donating a collection or have questions or concerns about discarding materials from your office, contact us.

Personal Papers

The University Archives welcomes donations from faculty, alumni, and community members. Of particular interest are the personal papers of faculty, administrators, and alumni including photographs, scrapbooks, programs, publications, and other materials that document one’s time at the school. Please contact us to discuss transferring these materials to the Archives.

Transferring College Records

As the official repository of University records, the University Archives actively collects materials documenting the history of Benedictine University. If your office, department, or organization has records to transfer, please see our guidelines for records transfer or contact us to discuss your donation.

To transfer electronic files directly to the archives, please follow the links below:

Archives

BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY

Kindlon Hall 029
Open by appointment

Email: archives@ben.edu
Phone: (630) 829-6064

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