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Alumni Resources Guide: Accessing Marist History

What is the Marist Archives and Special Collections?

Marist Fox icon Marist College Archives and Special Collections

Marist Archives & Special Collections houses the college history collections containing photographs, publications, oral histories and more.  This department located on the first floor of the library can be visited in person to view physical items.  They are open Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:00pm EST and an appointment is preferred.  If you can't make it in person, you can certainly email or call them.  Visit their website to learn more:

It is helpful to have a plan for what you want to look at before you arrive at the archives.  You can fill out the form below and send it to them by email or mail so that they are able to pull items for you to examine.

Online Collections

A number of Marist history and other special collections are also available online.  Check them out below.

Marist Yearbooks & Student Newspapers

Marist yearbooks stacked

Visit the Marist Archives and Special Collections to view yearbooks.  Editions of Greystone are available from 1944 to 1967 and the Reynard from 1961 to 2000. 

Or use the link below to access them online.

Marist Circle Issues placed so they are overlapping each other resembling a collage