Donating to the Archives

The Naropa University Archives contains materials of enduring value related to Naropa University and its history, as well as unique, rare or fragile materials that support Naropa's curriculum programs. The Archives collects materials in all formats that:

  • Relates to the mission, history, and development of the University
  • Documents the University's administration, academic programs, and curriculum
  • Documents the University's community, including faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and their activities.

The Naropa University Archives relies on faculty, staff, and alumni or their families to help preserve the University's history by donating material such as university-related records, photographs, audio and video recordings, and publications.

If you have materials that you are interested in donating to the Naropa University Archives, please contact us at .

Please Note: Naropa currently does not have any permanent archives or records management staff and is determining what level of sustainable activity is possible in these areas. The Naropa University Archive is housed offsite and is currently closed to staff, faculty, students and researchers.

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