What are SCU Digital Collections?
SCU Digital Collections are collections of materials from Archives & Special Collections that have been digitized and put online. These digital files are faithful reproductions of the physical materials that are stored within Archives & Special Collections.
We currently have over 50 digital collections uploaded. This is just a small portion of the total physical materials that are available for research at Archives & Special Collections.
How do I find SCU Digital Collections?
You can access SCU Digital Collections three ways -- via the library home page, the Archives & Special Collections home page, or with the direct URL content.scu.edu.
What department controls SCU Digital Collections?
SCU Digital Collections was created and is maintained by the University's Archives & Special Collections, which is a part of the University Library. Archives & Special Collections is where the university keeps its archives, rare books, manuscripts, historic photos, artifacts, and much more. The primary point of contact for digital collections is the Digital Collections and Scholarship Librarian, Summer Shetenhelm. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general inquiries, users can email the entire Archives & Special Collections department at email@example.com.