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Heritage Protocol is a campus-wide initiative to document and preserve the history of Florida State University. Particular emphasis is placed on documenting the student experience through collecting items and artifacts that tell the stories of the many students who have attended the university. Heritage Protocol collections include photographs, documents, audio-visual materials, scrapbooks, memorabilia and related materials about the history of the university and its predecessor institutions.
The University Archives preserves the history of Florida State University by collecting and providing access to important historical records such as correspondence and publications of the university; photographs documenting faculty and students, events, buildings, and campus scenes; scrapbooks; papers of distinguished FSU alumni and faculty; and memorabilia documenting student life and university traditions. Key publications such as yearbooks, course catalogs, reports, and the FSU newspaper are preserved as part of the University Archives and are critical resources for anyone studying the history of FSU.