About the Archives
The Tennessee Tech University Archives and Special Collections educates researchers and students about primary source materials, preservation, and researching archives and special collections. We make collections available on site with some available digitally. We connect students, the community, and researchers to our collections through exhibits, outreach activities, classes, reference, and digital access.
Tennessee Tech University Archives serves as the repository for the records of the university and faculty by collecting materials of legal, fiscal, and historical significance to the university. The Archives also document university personnel, administration, programs, and operations.
Tennessee Tech University Special Collections collects rare and original materials that relate to the Upper Cumberland Region, especially materials pertaining to Cookeville, the university, and prominent alumni. The goal is to acquire, preserve, and make available collections that include authentic and unique materials in support of university programs, faculty, students, the community, and the Upper Cumberland.
To learn more about the Archives, go to our website here: https://www.tntech.edu/library/archives.php
To view finding aids for our collections, go here: https://www.tntech.edu/library/archives-research.php