Publications Appropriate For Deposit

The attached list is not intended to be exhaustive in describing the types of publications (paper or digital) that should be sent to the Archives, but gives an idea of those that are valuable in documenting the history and activities of specific academic disciplines or university functions.

  • Academic department or program brochures/pamphlets describing courses to prospective or current students
  • Commencement programs for the residential colleges, the graduate school, and the professional schools
  • Professional school student journals (e.g., Perspecta of the School of Architecture and the Yale Law Journal)
  • Yale College student group publications (e.g.  Yale Herald, Yale Economic Review)
  • Proceedings of symposia and conferences held at Yale or under its auspices
  • Journals and published annual reports of institutes, associations, schools, and other related organizations
  • Exhibition catalogs from art galleries, museums, and libraries
  • Alumni/ae directories and newsletters to alumni/ae
  • Development newsletters and other publications describing special development activities
  • Faculty, staff and student facebooks for academic departments, schools, and residential colleges
  • Publications describing services (e.g., Yale Health Newsletter)
  • Press releases not issued through the university's Office of Public Affairs
  • University committee reports or reviews in areas such as programmatic studies or policy
  • Working papers issued through a Yale institute, academic department or program, or related organization
  • Dedication programs for new buildings, centers, special lectureships, or other significant activities
  • Student-created newsletters distributed to members of the residential colleges, graduate school, or professional schools
  • Residential college-sponsored publications
  • Posters announcing special events or activities