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College Archives

 Winter SceneThe College Archives is the home of the College's permanently valuable records.

These materials include the minutes of the faculty and Board of Trustees as well as the papers of presidents, faculty members, and records of some college offices. The collection also includes registers, catalogues, and honors theses. 

Copies of several college publications -- the Bohemian, the College's yearbook; the Old Gold and Black newspaper; and the Journal, which is one of the oldest college literary magazines in the South -- are part of the collections, as are a number of portraits, photographs, and sound recordings.  Copies of the alumni magazine are also in the Archives, as are records of athletics teams. 

The Archives also collects other documents which record the history of the College, including books and articles by and about faculty members, students, and alumni.  A vertical file collection contains information about many alumni and faculty members.

For assistance with the college archives, please contact Dr. Phillip Stone at stonerp@wofford.edu or by phone, 864-597-4309.  The archives are open Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30.  It's best to call ahead to schedule an appointment before traveling to be sure we'll be able to help.  

See recent archives online exhibits

Benjamin Wofford Wofford History:  Find articles about Wofford people and events as well as lists of award winners of the college’s major awards
Historical Clock College Records:  These are guides to the permanently valuable records of Wofford College and include materials such as the papers of presidents and faculty members and guides to the records of college administrative offices.
Digital Archives Digital Archives:  These are some of the materials from the collection that are available online.