The Griffith Archive is a repository for historical artefacts relating to Griffith University since its concept and inception. The Archive tells the Griffith Story - by collecting and preserving relevant documents, photographs, media, memorabilia and other artefacts. The Archive also tells the Griffith Story by making content publicly available on its website and by providing a number of digital and on-campus physical exhibitions.
Donations of relevant material from past and present members of the University community are welcomed. Material donated is considered for inclusion in the Archive collection in line with the Griffith Archive Collection Policy. All types of material can assist us in telling Griffith’s Story, and contributions are greatly appreciated.
This service is available for
Academic staff, professional staff, HDR students, undergraduate & postgraduate students, alumni, visitors.
Service ProvisionsService Includes:
- Public dissemination (online and physical) of content/material relating to Griffith University since its concept and inception
- Management and preservation of the Griffith Archive collection
- Curatorial advice/guidance on University owned artefacts
- Support of business activities across the University where historical content is required
- Collection and storage of material/artefacts not relevant to the Griffith Story
- Collection/curatorial activities of material/artefacts belonging to Griffith University and not part of the Griffith Archive collection
- External curatorial/collection advice to those outside Griffith University
- Griffith Archive reserves the right to make the final decision on inclusion or exclusion of material into its digital/physical collection
Monday-Friday, during business hours.
Outside business hours for Griffith University events on a 'case-by-case' basis.
There is no charge associated with the use of this service.
How do I initiate the service?
- Web: Griffith Archive
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: Telephone: (07) 3735 9605