UC’s Records Management program is responsible for the administrative procedures and guidelines for university records, including disposition and transfer of historical records to University Archives. The Records Management program is administered by the University Archives in compliance with UC Rule 10-43-10.
About UC Records Management Expand
The purpose of the University's records management program is:
- To promote the administrative efficiency at the University by removing inactive or obsolete records from offices.
- To protect the University by ensuring compliance with all internal, state, and federal policies regarding the creation and disposition of University records.
- To ensure that all documents of administrative or historical balue are rightfully preserved through transfer to the University Archives.
For more information on the scope and basis for records management at UC, please see the links below.
Contact Us Expand
The program is directed by the University Records Manager with approval and guidance by the University Archivist.
Eira Tansey, MLIS | Digital Archivist/Records Manager
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 556-1958
Kevin Grace | Head and University Archivist
Email: email@example.com Phone: 556-1959
Help and Advice Expand
This section includes back issues of the Records Management newsletter, tip sheets, vendor recommendations, workshops, and listserv information. Additional useful information may be found under Policies and Forms. If you are looking for help on a subject not covered, please contact the Records Manager.
Policies and Forms Expand
This section includes forms and varius University records policies pertaining to record inventories, schedules, and disposals.