The University Archives is currently open for in-person and virtual assistance. Note that research appointments are required.
For those who would prefer to research remotely, we will continue to provide virtual assistance. To request a research appointment, request a Zoom consultation, or to ask questions about University History in general, please complete the Ask an Archivist form. We are happy to talk with you via e-mail or Zoom - let us know how we can help with your research.
Alkek Library, Room 580
Research by appointment
The University Archives is physically located on the 5th floor of the Alkek Library. Research appointments at Alkek or the ARC are generally available Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 4:30pm (excluding holidays and energy conservation days).
Research appointments are required to allow time for retrieval of offsite materials, to reserve research space, and to allow staff to sanitize the space between researchers. Walk-in assistance is dependent on staff and space availability, as researchers with appointments are given priority. Masks are encouraged while in the Alkek Library and in the University Archives.
For questions or assistance, please Ask an Archivist.
Genealogists are encouraged to perform their own research to learn more about what their ancestor(s) experienced while attending this school. The following publications are available in the general collection during regular library hours. Researchers are also welcome to use the materials in the University Archives; please send an e-mail to request a research appointment.
The University Archives does not maintain any student records.
To request information about an ancestor's dates of enrollment or diplomas/certificates/degrees earned, researchers may send an e-mail to Registrar@txstate.edu along with the following required information: the name the student used while enrolled, the birth date of the student, and the approximate years of attendance.
Note: FERPA rules apply to the release of student information.