The Archives building houses three archival collections: The Ohio State University Archives, the Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program and the Ohio Congressional Archives. There is information concerning Parking & Public Transportation at the bottom of this page.
The Ohio State University Archives serves as the official memory of the University. The Archives identifies, preserves, and makes available the documentation of continuing and historical value in documenting the University. The collection includes both manuscripts and photographic materials.
Tamar Chute | University Archivist | 614.292.3271 | email@example.com
Michelle Drobik | Audio/Visual Curator | 614.292.1767 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevlin Haire | Assistant University Archivist | 614.292.5769 | email@example.com
Dan Noonan | Digital Resources Archivist | 614.247.2425 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program is a partnership between the University Libraries and the Byrd Polar Research Center. BPRCAP is responsible for collecting, preserving, and providing access to historical documents concerned with polar regions
Laura Kissel | Polar Curator | 614.688.8173 | email@example.com
The Ohio Congressional Archives was formed out of a collaboration between the University Libraries and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. Its mission is to collect, preserve, and provide public access to collections of private papers and related materials compiled by or pertaining to members of the Ohio delegation to the United States Congress.
Jeff Thomas | Ohio Congressional Archivist | 614.688.8429 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking: Metered parking spaces are available for patrons without a University parking pass. An all-day parking pass can also be purchased by those who plan to spend more time doing research.
There are no Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) lines that run near the Archives, but many connect with CABS service at central campus stops.