The Saint Michael's College Archives Department is located in the Durick Library. In addition to housing the College's Rare Book Collection, it is the designated repository for official records of Saint Michael's College. The Department also serves as the official repository for records from the Society of Saint Edmund.
The Saint Michael's College Archives was established in 1972. The collection includes official records and manuscripts; student records; College publications; administrative papers; video and audio recordings; microfilm; and photographs relating to the history of the College.
The Society of Saint Edmund Archives was established in 1974. In 1995, the collection was transferred to Durick Library, where it is administered as an independent collection in the Archives Department. The Society of Saint Edmund Archives includes official records from the Generalate and from both current and former apostolates of the society, as well as manuscript materials from individual members of the Society. The collection also includes photographs and artifacts.
The Archives Department is currently open by appointment only. Please email Archivist Elizabeth Scott or call 802.654.2540. (You may chance upon us while we are here, but we ask that you please make an appointment to use the collections.)
Archives Purpose, Services, and Collections Use
Reproduction Use (MSWord form)
Restrictions on Use
The Archives Department is located on the lower level of the Durick Library. Enter the Durick Library and go down the stairs (located to the right of the circulation desk). At the bottom of the stairs, take a right and another right, and follow the hallway to the end (going past the water fountain). The hall deadends at the Archives, where you will need to ring the doorbell.
Elizabeth B. Scott, Archivist
Saint Michael's College
One Winooski Park
Colchester, VT 05439-2000