Archives and Special Collections
The Bunker Hill Community College Archives has historical, visual, digital, and audio collections. Come learn about Harold Shively, the collegeâ€™s founding President, and be sure to view the new Special Exhibition display, located underneath his portrait, detailing his tenure. Come peruse our collection of Third Rail, BHCCâ€™s original student-run newspaper. Want to learn how the Computer Science department has changed since the 1980s? We have a complete collection of course offering booklets from the beginning! We also have available a large collection of faculty publications, photographs, and donated items from a wide variety of departments on campus. (Not to mention, information about the prison that once stood on this site!) You can use the Archives to:
- Conduct research for your assignments, papers, and projects
- Learn more about the history of the College and surrounding community
- Learn more about the individuals â€“ faculty, staff, students, and alumni â€“ associated at the college, and hear their stories
- Get involved with the college community â€“ volunteering is always a great boost, whether for a transfer application or a resume. Currently, the Archives is looking for student volunteers to work on an Oral History project, with opportunities to interview staff and faculty for the upcoming 30th anniversary.
Please contact the library, to make an appointment, to learn more, or if you are considering donating any items. We can be reached via email (BHCCLibrary@bhcc.mass.edu
) or contact the library 's Public Services desk at 617-228-3479.
- RG14 Sabbatical Reports
- RG15 NEASC Index (2000)
-- please see a Librarian for login information.