CUI Digital Repository
The mission of the University Archives is to collect, manage, and preserve University records of enduring value and make them available for use by the Concordia University Irvine community.
What We Collect
Concordia University Irvine Archives is the official repository for the University’s valuable historical records, manuscripts, publications, yearbooks, photographs, multimedia and other archival materials related to Christ College Irvine and Concordia University, Irvine.
The majority of these archives are special holdings that are not found in the library catalog.
Detailed information about the holdings of the University Archives is available upon request. Our collection development policy contains more specific information about types of materials collected along with a guide for transferring and gifting materials.
The University’s online collection is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes digital materials. This repository is an important tool for preserving this organization’s legacy and history while also facilitating digital preservation and scholarly communication.
Currently hundreds of items are being scanned, organized, and presented online. These collections are works in progress. Please check back as more content is added regularly.
University Archives Access
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Thesis and Dissertations Collection
The library collects theses and dissertations from Concordia's graduate students in the CUI digital repository. You can find "Action Research" and "Capstone" projects from the School of Education in the repository in addition to theses and dissertations from the MAIS and Theology programs.
Access our Thesis and Dissertation Guide to learn more about how to access the repository from off-campus and how to submit a thesis.