The John Jay College Archives are part of the Special Collections of the Lloyd Sealy Library. It comprises approximately 400 linear feet of records from 1965 to the present and documents the college’s administrative, faculty and staff offices as well as students’ organizations and publications. The archives holds a wide variety of material such as correspondence, reports, studies, newspapers, newsletters, brochures, college yearbooks, bulletins, audiotapes, videotapes, photographs, and architectural plans.
The college archives includes minutes, correspondence, reports, publications and printed materials from various administrative offices such as the President’s Office, the Vice Presidents' Offices, the Office of Public Relations, the College Council, the Office of Institutional Research. Also included are reports, publications and minutes of faculty bodies such as the Faculty Senate; files of various academic departments and offices and student groups.
Some of the most requested materials in the college archives include college council proceedings, historical photographs; college commencement materials; undergraduate and graduate course bulletins; yearbooks, and promotional materials of the college.
The materials in the John Jay College Archives are available by appointment with the Special Collections Librarian