Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections (UAHC) is responsible for preserving the rich heritage and legacy of Michigan State University. This could not be accomplished without the generous support of alumni, friends, and donors.


Your history is our country’s history. Letters from relatives, a grandparent’s diary, old family photographs, and other materials collected over the years provide unique information about your life and the history of your family. These documents may be important to the local community. When you donate personal or family papers to an archive, your family history becomes a permanent part of the community’s—and the nation’s—collective memory.  Your support improves the quality of our collections.

If you wish to donate personal papers, photographs, scrapbooks, audio-visual materials, or other in-kind materials, please contact  Sarah Roberts, acquisitions archivist of the UAHC.

Sarah Roberts
University Archives & Historical Collections
888 Wilson Road.  Conrad Hall, Room 101
East Lansing, MI 48824-1327
Phone: (517) 355-2330

Monetary donations

If you wish to make a donation online, please visit University Development.

To make a donation by check, please make it payable to Michigan State University and include MSU Archives (AB17) in the memo line, and send to:

University Archives & Historical Collections
Michigan State University
101 Conrad Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824-1327


MSU Film and Video Preservation Fund

Save Spartan memories forever with your gift!

We have hundreds of film reels and videotapes documenting athletics and campus events from the 1930s – 1990s.

This collection must be restored and digitized soon – before the content is lost to time.

You can help preserve this Spartan history with a gift to the MSU Film and Video Preservation Fund!


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