Search & Explore the Archives
The University of Alberta Archives has over 10,500 m of university records and private papers from staff, students, alumni and various university related organizations. Search our vast holdings using our Discover Archives site.
This collection of archival photographs depicts life and activities at the University of Alberta and surrounding communities. This is a small sample of the over 200,000 photographs that are currently housed in the University of Alberta Archives.
This collection includes the first convocation program from 1908. A complete set of hardcopy convocation programs are located at the University of Alberta Archives.
The University Course Calendar includes course offerings and program requirements for the University of Alberta. A complete set of hardcopy calendars are located at the University of Alberta Archives.
ERA (Education and Research Archive), is the University of Alberta's open access digital archive. ERA contains a collection of digitized audio and visual recordings from the University of Alberta Archives (UAA). This is a small portion of the audio and visual holdings of the UAA.
Online exhibits from the University of Alberta Archives.
The Gateway is a student newspaper that was first published in 1910. A complete set of hardcopy newspapers are located at the University of Alberta Archives.
The following collections contain digitized content from other repositories.
The Peel’s Prairie Provinces digital collection provides a wide variety of research materials related to western Canadian history and the culture of the Prairie Provinces. Additional content may also be found on the Internet Archives Peel Prairie Provinces collection.
The University of Alberta Libraries has long been a partner in historical newspaper digitization. These digitized newspapers can be seen online as part of the Peel's Prairie Provinces. Newspapers date from 1871 to 2013 and are from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and British Columbia.
Bruce Peel Special Collections is located in the Rutherford South Library, houses more than 100,000 rare books and a collection of archival materials that explore a range of local and international subjects.
Alberta On Record, hosted by the Archives Society of Alberta, is an online portal to archival collections preserved in archival institutions throughout Alberta.