This guide will provide users with information on the different materials available in the Bergen Community College Archives and also some information about archives in general.
The Archives collects, preserves and makes discoverable the historical resources of Bergen Community College.
Access to the collection will be facilitated by inventories, guides and indexes prepared by the staff for patron and staff use. Descriptive bibliographic records are developed by the staff to facilitate access from the Sidney Silverman Library online public access catalog of holdings.
Since the historical records of Bergen Community College are non-circulating, access is provided in the Sidney Silverman Library during normal library hours or by appointment. Photocopying, when allowed, will be available to patrons from the College and community.
Mission: The Bergen Community College Archives serves as the final repository for the historical records of
Collection: The College Archives staff attempts to collect as comprehensively as possible those items that have enduring value to documenting the history of the College; its programs and services and how they have developed over the years. Types and formats of materials include:
If deemed applicable to the life of the College, Faculty personal and professional papers will be included in the archives.
This guide was created by Nicholas C. Jackson and edited by Lynn Schott, Joan Cohen, Nicholas C. Jackson, & Kim (Reamer) Lynch.