Archive Services collect and preserve records created by the University and its predecessors in order to make them accessible for use both now and in the future.
We aim to provide the corporate memory of the University, and act as the central point of information about its history. We welcome enquiries from students, staff and the wider community. We are actively building the collections by means of records transfers from staff and gifts and deposits from outside the University, so please do contact us if you have material which you think might be of interest.
These pages contain information about what we have - the Archive Holdings - and how you can access the records.
The University's Records Manager also works in Archive Services. Universities are faced with all kinds of accountability and compliance issues and good record keeping is very important. The Records Manager's job is to promote best practice and advise on new legal and technical developments.
Records Management advice, assistance and training is available to all University staff. Contact Archive Services for more information.
General enquiries should be directed to:
The University of Westminster
4-12 Little Titchfield Street
London W1W 7UW
Tel: +44 (0)207 911 5000 ext 2524
Fax: +44 (0)207 911 5167
Please click here for information about the University History Project, including details of our current project to deliver two publications on the history of sport and the Olympics and on the history of the University of Westminster 1882-1992, as well as our 2008 publication: The Education of the Eye – the History of the Royal Polytechnic Institution 1838-1881 by Brenda Weeden.