Archives and Special Collections
Cochrane-Woods Library houses the Nebraska Wesleyan University Archives and Special Collections, which consist of documents identified as having permanent informational and historical value to the institution. Included are records produced in the daily operation of the University, as well as material relating to NWU, its faculty, staff, and students, and their activities.
The core mission of the Archives is as follows:
- To appraise, collect, organize, describe, make available, and preserve primary and secondary resource materials emphasizing the documentation of the Nebraska Wesleyan University
- To provide adequate facilities for the retention and preservation of such records
- To serve as a resource and laboratory to stimulate and nourish creative teaching and learning through the use of primary research materials and provide instruction in the use of those materials
- To serve research and scholarship by making available and encouraging the use of its collections by members of the University and the public at large
- To disseminate research and information concerning the documentary heritage of the University
- To implement records management by formulating policy and procedures that will ensure the collection and preservation of University archival materials.
Anyone with a research interest may use the archives collections by appointment. There is no restriction based on age, affiliation, or type of research.
For more information, email mtanner [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (Martha Tanner), Head of Research Services and Archives, or call (402) 465-2407.
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Contact or visit us
Nebraska Wesleyan University
5000 Saint Paul Ave.
Lincoln, NE 68504
402.465.2400 FAX 402.465.2189
library [at] nebrwesleyan.edu
Mon–Thurs 7:45 a.m.–midnight
Friday 7:45 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturday noon–6 p.m.