La Trobe University Archives
The Repository, Publications & Archives team in the Library is responsible for the management and development of the La Trobe University Archives.
Our Archives support a living, accountable, inclusive and accessible history of all La Trobe University communities. This history extends from the organisations that formed our university in the 19th century, to the lived experiences of current staff, students and communities.
Histories matter because they tell us where we’ve been, where we’re going and who we are. Our Archives tell this story with respect and sincerity, acknowledging the challenges of the past and celebrating achievements. We prioritise the lived experiences of students, staff and communities involved with and impacted by La Trobe University.
Our collection includes:
- meeting papers of University committees
- strategic plans, policies, procedures, guidelines and correspondence
- artefacts such as uniforms and practicum utensils
- personal papers
- records and artefacts from antecedent institutions such as the Bendigo School of Mines, the Northern District School of Nursing, the Bendigo Teacher's College, the Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences, the Bendigo College of Advanced Education, etc.
Get in touch
For more information about the story of La Trobe University or its antecedent institutions, contact our Archives team at email@example.com. You can also find us at the Archivarium on Level two of the Bundoora Library.
For guidance on the management of LTU Records or for access and retrieval of records, contact the Digital Records team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on La Trobe qualifications or past subject details, including those from antecedent institutions, contact Ask La Trobe.
The Dardalis Archives of the Hellenic Diaspora (known as the Greek Archives) is a vast collection of materials related to Greek history and culture, Greek-Australian Migration, and the wider Hellenic diaspora. The Greek Archives are of great value to the local Greek community, as they showcase its history and contribution to Australia. The items in the collection range from books, documents, photographs, films, newspapers, posters, physical objects and much more.
The Dardalis Archives is a rich source of teaching material and a key starting point for research in migration, history and Greek studies.
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Donate to the University Archives
The University Archives is interested in any collections that relate to the University, staff who have taught at the University, business partners of the University and any antecedent institutions of the University.
For details on our holdings, or to donate items to the University Archives, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.