The St. John’s University Archives, a unit of the University Libraries, houses the administrative and historical records of the University. Learn more about our collections, or contact us to make a research appointment.
The Archives reflects the mission of the University by providing equal access to qualified researchers; by preserving the records of the University's Catholicity and its urban and Vincentian origins; by recording the relationship between Catholic higher education and its metropolitan urban setting; by documenting academic, administrative and student life; and by instructing, assisting and encouraging faculty, staff, students and researchers in the uses of archival holdings.
This department also administers the University Special Collections, which includes rare books, bibles, art catalogs, manuscripts, and other unique materials.
The University Archives and Special Collections are closed on University holidays and weekends
St. John's University Archives
St. Augustine Hall, Rm B-20
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Email: [email protected]
Call or email us to make a research appointment.