22500 University Drive
CA V2Y 1Y1
Trinity Western University Archives and Special Collections
It is the mandate of the Archives at the Library at T.W.U. to serve as the repository of the recorded history of Trinity Western University. Through the acquisition and preservation of these records, and the provision of access to them, the Archives supports and furthers the mission of the University. In order to fulfil its mandate, the Archives acquires archival materials which document the mission, characteristics, decisions and activities of the Trinity Western University community. In addition to the official and unofficial records of the University, the TWU Archives has also acquired the private papers of the following three individuals: Mel Smith, Robert Thompson, and Lyle Wicks.
Total Volume: 150 metres of textual records
Inclusive Dates: 1956 to present
Predominant Dates: 1964-2000
Website provides an overview of services and resources, and provides researchers with the ability to access and search the archival database, which contains descriptions of photographs, audio visual materials, and textual records documenting the history of the University since 1961.
Located on the upper level of the Norma Marion Alloway Library.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the archives is open only by appointment. Research inquires can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Revised by BCANS Coordinator, March 23, 2011.
Revised by S. Stopforth December 20, 2013