The Archives collects the permanently valuable records created and collected by officers of the University in the course of their official duties. The Records and Information Management Program provides guidance about managing the lifecycle of university records, including disposition and archiving.
In addition, the Archives collects popular University publications. These include the student newspaper, The Carillon (and its antecedent publications); the General Calendar; Statistical Fact Books; student yearbooks; university telephone directories; newspaper clippings about the University; and faculty publications. Every attempt has been made to collect all the publications published at the institution since 1911. The public's help in forwarding university publications to University Archives and Special Collections is of vital importance in achieving as complete a collection as possible.
|Women's Hockey Team. ca. 1925
Student records from the predecessors of the University of Regina, namely: Regina College, University of Saskatchewan Regina College, University of Saskatchewan Regina Campus, and the Regina and Moose Jaw Normal Schools are also retained. These are open only to the students themselves beyond the properly authorized use within the university.