About the Archives and Special Collections
Established as a department in September of 1970, the Towson University Archives and Special Collections facilities house the historical records and artifacts of the University, from its founding as a normal school to its present status as a comprehensive metropolitan university. (more...)
Library Associate to the Archives
Monday through Friday
The University Archives is always seeking publications, flyers, photographs, memorabilia -- any material -- that helps document the history of Towson. Although the Archives is unable to handle faculty papers per se, retiring faculty should consider forwarding to the Archives any materials they possess about Towson University.
Student assistant positions
Available for Federal Work Study (FWS) students. Students with FWS who are interested in working in archives should obtain an application for student employment from the Library Administration office (room 410). When filling out the application please indicate your interest in Special Collections.
Available for Towson University students enrolled at the junior or senior level in any academic department. Students should obtain the approval of their academic department head before requesting an interview with the University Archivist & Digital Collections Librarian. For more information about internships please review the Internship Program description (PDF).