UNCSA Archives presents Black Alumni exhibit

UNCSA Archives Black Alumni exhibitThe UNCSA Archives is celebrating Black History Month with an exhibit spotlighting several outstanding Black alumni, including highlights from their time at UNCSA and their career achievements.

Visit the exhibit, featuring material from the Archives collections, in the Archives breezeway on the Library 3rd floor.

About the UNCSA Archives

The UNCSA Archives serves as the institutional memory of the University, collecting records of enduring historical value dating from its founding in 1963 to the present.

The holdings of the Archives include sound and video recordings, performance programs, photographs, posters, departmental files, correspondence and publications. The Archives also holds collections from UNCSA alumni, faculty, and supporters, as well as affiliate arts organizations.

Archives Collections are available for research or personal interest. The UNCSA Archives Collections Database includes descriptions of collections to guide exploration of Archives material.

You can explore the Digital Collections online or make an appointment to use the collections.


Contact: Nikki Dobbins

Feb. 22, 2024