Fuller Theological Seminary Archive Collections
The Archives and Special Collections of the David Allan Hubbard Library and Fuller Theological Seminary exist to preserve and articulate the principles and priorities taught and upheld at the Seminary.
An archive serves as a repository for primary sources of a historical nature. Archive researchers seek to gather “firsthand facts, data, and evidence” from archival holdings such as: institutional records and reports, unpublished and original manuscripts, letters, journals, ephemera (printed material intended for short use, e.g. bulletins, ads, postcards etc.), minutes and meeting records, photographs, and audio/visual recordings. (“What Is An Archives?,” Potter; “What Are Archives?,” SAA.)
You can find descriptions of the various materials in our collections by searching our Digital Commons:
List of Collections
You can find directions for accessing past Fuller Seminary Expanded Course Descriptions (ECDs) in our alumni library guide:
Click the links below for to request an appointment with Archives or submit questions to our Archivist!