College and university archives are rich and dynamic resources of campus history. Without a clear sense of mission and programming, they can be overlooked as research destinations. A well-defined program linked with funding sources is one means of connecting these collections to the campus community. Through the assistance of a GHRAB (Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board) grant, one college archives evolved into a viable research destination. The process is outlined in this paper.
Salter, Anne A.
"Using a GHRAB Grant to Reclaim a University Archives,"
The Southeastern Librarian:
1, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol54/iss1/9