Services for Students
The collections in the Concordia College Archives contain many resources that are helpful for academic, co-curricular, and personal uses.
- Class assignments/projects -- The Concordia College Archives is an excellent resource for papers and
projects. Because our collections contain unique materials, you are
likely to not only find interesting topics for your research, but also
intriguing resources to study. Visit our Research Topics page for topic ideas and starting places for your research.
Student Organizations -- Are you involved in a student organization? Come to the College Archives to investigate the history of your organization. Or, visit with the College Archivist, Lisa Sjoberg, to discuss preserving the history of your organization. Visit our Recording Student Life page to see a list of records that the College Archives collects to document student life.
- Programming -- Are you involved in Residential Life, Orientation, Homecoming, or the like? The College Archives has a number of resources to bring the history of the college alive for bulletin boards, scavenger hunts, and more.
- Family History Research -- Do you come from a long line of Cobbers? The College Archives is a useful resource to track down family members who attended the college including lists of matriculated students, student publications, and more.