Do you know
Alverno once had a tennis court?
When tuition used to be $50 per semester?
Who Sr. M. Providencia was?
Answers to these questions and more can be found
in the Alverno College Archives. A unit of the Alverno College
Library, the Archives houses about 1880.41 linear feet of college
records of enduring historical, administrative and legal value
in a variety of formats including paper, photographs, microforms,
audiotapes, videotapes and digital records.
Collections of note include those documenting
the Research Center on Women (RCW) and Alverno's unique ability-based
The records of the SWITCH (Southeastern
Information Technology Exchange)
Consortium, of which Alverno is a member, are also housed in the