The mission of the Wesleyan College Archives is to promote knowledge and understanding of the origins, experiences, programs, and goals of Wesleyan College and its special role in the education of women. In accomplishing the mission, the Archives will identify, appraise, collect, organize, describe, make available, and preserve records that document the history and development of Wesleyan College; provide adequate facilities for housing and preserving such records; and serve teaching, research, and scholarship by making available and encouraging the use of its collections. Wesleyan College Archives include manuscripts, documents, and artifacts which reflect the history of Wesleyan.
Special Collections Rooms are located on the third floor of the library and are available for research by appointment only. Only pencil and notepad are allowed in the Georgia Room. Photography is allowed with permission from the Archivist. Other personal items may be left at the Circulation Desk on the first floor.