Archives

The Bentley University Archives collects and provides access to information about the history, development, and activities of Bentley University. Our records include documents, photographs, multimedia, and artifacts that have been collected through the years to provide a complete picture of Bentley culture.

All researchers are welcome to use the collections at the Bentley University Archives, however please keep in mind that due to privacy concerns some records may be restricted for internal use only. Please also note that many of our collections are stored off-site, so please call or email at least a week in advance to discuss the material you require. For all Archives inquiries, please contact Project Archivist Jaimie Fritz at 718-891-2269 or jfritz@bentley.edu.

Information about our Collections

This page contains information about material in the Bentley Archives, including an organizational map and all currently available finding aids.

Archives LibGuide

Visit our LibGuide to see our access policies, learn about how to use archival material, and get tips on how to care for your own archives.

For more information on topics/subjects covered in Bentley's archival collections, visit our Archives Subjects Guide.

Online Exhibits & Photographs

Visit our exhibits website to see informative posts about different eras of Bentley history, and to view hundreds of historic photographs in our digital collections.