The Archives is dedicated to preserving records that document the history, organization, policies, activities, and people of the University, and making those records available to researchers.
This site is dedicated to the 270 men, women and children whose lives were lost in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21, 1988.
ARM is a division of the Office of the Chancellor. It is responsible for both preserving the historical record of the University and providing systematic control over the University's records from creation to final disposition.
I invite you to visit the Archives web site where you will discover information about our collections, SU buildings, University awards and honors, and a special section dedicated to the victims of Pan Am Flight 103. You will also find our newsletter, mystery photographs, our online exhibits, and much more.
If you are a member of the SU community the records management link will lead you to basic information on depositing, retrieving and destroying records that have passed their legal retention period. Everything you need to know about the University’s central records storage area, the University Records Center (URC), is also located there.
Please come back and visit often.
Records Management provides a systematic, cost-effective approach to the management of all records created, received and maintained by the University.