ECU University Archives
ECU University Archives supports research, teaching, scholarships and objectives of ECU.
Established in 1983, the Archives are responsible for the administration, preservation, appraisal and destruction of non-current business records.
Located onsite at Joondalup campus it makes historically valuable records available, contains preserved collections & documentation of the University and its predecessor agencies dating back to 1902.
The holdings of the Archives repositories include long and short-term temporary records, as well as permanent records of faculties, Schools, institutes and other correlations with other University bodies.
Records of student bodies, including the Guild, clubs and societies, personal papers & memorabilia from the alumni and former students are located and maintained here.
The Archives facility is deemed the safest place to house & safeguard our records, due to temperature & humidity controls in place.
The environment is pest controlled & ensures historical papers are protected from deterioration, which is why archives & vital records are stored here for safekeeping.
Enquiries about donating items, requests for archives items, displays for exhibitions or enquiries about the history of predecessor agencies at ECU should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Information Management & Archive Services (IMAS) team if information is required on Archives policy and procedures.
Enquiries regarding the ECU Archives can be directed to the Information Management and Archive Services team: email@example.com.