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Manage University Records

Records management is the systematic control of records throughout their lifecycle - from their creation or receipt to their disposal or transfer to the University Archives. Being mindful of the records we create and how we manage them has many benefits. It ensures that records of enduring historical, administrative, legal, or fiscal value are captured and preserved. It also allows for the timely destruction of records that are non-essential so that we may minimize litigation risks, reduce operating costs, and improve organization.  Please visit the Princeton University Records Management website for more information.

Our Records Management services are intended for departments that want to ensure their active records are captured and preserved.  Student organizations, alumni, and individuals who wish to donate materials to the University Archives should consult our Transferring or Donating Records to the University Archives services.