The Niagara County Community College Archives, part of the Henrietta G. Lewis Library, contains materials documenting the history of the College. The collection includes: yearbooks, student newspapers, news clippings, photographs, programs, administrative records, student and faculty publications, college catalogs, commencement programs, and other materials relating to the College. You can use the Library's online catalog, ALEPH to search for Archives Collection holdings.
Materials from the Archives are available for in-library use only. Contact Jean Linn, Cataloging Librarian & Archivist, at 716-614-6787 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Purpose of the Archives
The NCCC Archives' primary purpose is to systematically preserve materials which document the creation and history of Niagara County Community College, and to provide ongoing evidence of the College's development and activities. The Archives are responsible for managing materials of historical value relating to NCCC, as well as making them accessible.
What's in the Archives?
Housed in the Henrietta G. Lewis Library, the NCCC Archives includes materials of permanent significance to the history of the College. Records in the Archives date back to the College's inception in 1962 and include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Historical artifacts related to NCCC
- Faculty Senate and Committee minutes and reports
- Records from student government and student clubs
- Campus publications (e.g. student newspapers, yearbooks)
- Minutes of the College Board of Trustees
- Official reports of the College
- NCCC policy manuals, college catalogs, viewbooks, and commencement programs
- Pictorial and audiovisual materials related to the College
- Faculty and student publications
- Alumni materials
- NCCC special publications (e.g. brochures, special events programs, invitations)