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UNCSA Archives

The archives exists as the institutional memory of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

UNCSA Archives Mission

The UNCSA Archives serves as the institutional memory of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. The Archives collects and provides access to material of enduring historical, administrative, educational, and artistic value in support of the intellectual, informational, and cultural needs of the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the School, as well as members of the local and global community.

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Photograph of the original sign at the entrance of the school, which reads North Carolina School of the Arts.

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(Original NCSA sign, circa 1965. Photograph by Jim Keith. Photograph Collection, UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.)

Hours & Location

The Archives is open for in-person research for UNCSA students, faculty, and staff by advanced appointment. Please contact us to discuss your area of interest and schedule a visit.

Following the UNCSA Community Health Standards, face masks that properly cover your mouth and nose must be worn at all times in the Archives. We ask that you delay your visit if you are unable to wear a mask.

The Archives is located on the third floor of the University Library Annex, and is accessed through the third floor bridge from the main Library.

For directions to UNCSA and a campus map, see the campus Directions & Parking page.

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