Archives & Special Collections is launching a campus-wide project to encourage CSU students, staff, and faculty to document their personal experiences during the coronavirus outbreak and contribute them to the University Archives. Submit your digital audio, video, images, and other content.
These highlighted collections are just a sampling of our holdings. To learn more about all of our collections, use one of the search options below.
Search the detailed descriptions of primary source materials located for personal papers, organizational/business records, and CSU history collections.
Search the detailed research guides of Archives & Special Collections primary source materials.
Explore some of our most heavily used collections. Included in the CSU Digital Repository are scans of physical items, as well as electronic or “born digital” records received from donors.
Search across our curated collections that document important water, cannabis, and hemp websites in Colorado. Colorado State University has partnered with the Internet Archive’s web archiving service to capture these sites.
Explore unique research materials that enhance understanding of Colorado’s agrarian and natural resource heritage
Collections from individuals and organizations that have been instrumental in the development of water resources in Colorado and the West.
The University Archives serves as the institutional memory of CSU by collecting official copies of historically significant university records, faculty papers, photograph collections, and other materials documenting university history.
More than than 20,000 items from antiquities to the 21st Century. Subject strengths include the Vietnam War literature, feminist presses, CSU publications, equine medicine, water, agriculture, and other topical categories.
Its strengths include collections on Germans from Russia who settled in Northern Colorado, papers of feminists and feminist organizations, the American Music Therapy Association, organ builder Lawrence Phelps, audio and video interviews from the Northern Colorado Veteran’s Oral History Project, the records of the Institute for Shipboard Education (also known as Semester at Sea), papers and mages taken by wildlife photographer Warren Garst, and other regional topics.