The archives offer researchers a space for study and a safe environment to store valuable artifacts for future generations. The collections include the Sigillum yearbook, college catalogs and newsletters, The Gleaner newspaper, historical college records, memorabilia and more. We are excited to be able to share the history of Nazareth and look forward to assisting in any way we can.

History of Nazareth

A brief history of Nazareth, including photos of the original campus.

Finding Aids 

Provides detailed information about the collection and where items of interest can be located.

FAQs, Policies & Resources

Includes information about our donations policy as well as general information about the Nazareth archives. Find links to additional archival resources including online access to both The Gleaner (newspaper) and Sigillum, Nazareth's yearbook .


Donations of documents, photographs and other items related to the history of Nazareth are welcome within the limits of space and resources, and with the understanding that they may be used for educational purposes. If you are interested in donating items or uncertain whether an item you have may be of interest, please see our Collection Development and Donation Policies.


The Nazareth Archives collects, organizes, describes, maintains, promotes and provides access to institutional records of enduring historical and research value as a resource for Nazareth trustees, administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni, researchers, and the interested public. It is dedicated to provide optimal physical conditions for the care and preservation of these records, by ensuring that the environment of the Archives is regulated and the space secure, and that the items in the collection are properly housed and protected. The Archives is committed to providing access to information about the college’s origins, history, goals, programs and contributions.

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Unidentified Photo

Can you help us name the people, place or date of this photo? If so, please e-mail with details.