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Stop by the Ask Me desk at Shadek or the Circulation desk at Martin, or call at:
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Students can consult with a librarian to research prospective employers and explore graduate school opportunities.
Retention Guidelines for Non-Current Office Records
The College Archives is the repository for all non-current, inactive, official College records that have sufficient historical and administrative value to warrant their preservation. Records commonly retained by the Archives include:
Items which may be discarded directly from the office of origin when they are no longer necessary include :
Digital information stored on disks, tapes, hard drives, CDs, DVDs or other formats can be deposited in the archives, however, the archives does not take responsibility for migrating the information to upgraded or newly developed formats. There may be times when important information should be printed and deposited in paper form.
This list is intended to be a general guide. If there are questions about record types not listed here, please contact Christopher Raab, Archives and Special Collections Librarian, at x4225, or email to email@example.com
For information regarding the transfer of permanent records, please consult the college's Transfer Guidelines.
updated 05/12/05, CMR