College Archives

About the Archives

The Boyd Tenney Library on the Prescott Campus is the Archives for Yavapai College. The College Archives contain current and historical College publications and related resources.

Materials available in the Archives

Shelly in Archives

The Archives are available anytime the library is open. Please ask to look at materials in this collection at the Reference Desk.

For assistance or questions, contact Shelly Gilliam at 928-776-2274 or shelly.gilliam@yc.edu.


Arizona Memory Project

The digitization of the following two collections was supported with funds granted by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Agency under the Library Services and Technology Act, which is administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Creative Arts Magazines, including Threshold (1977, 1979 - Present)

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View issues of the annual publication highlighting the creative efforts of the College’s students. Also included is a 1977 creative arts publication from the Verde Valley Campus. The publications are made available through the state-wide database, the Arizona Memory Project.

Early Publications of Yavapai College (1969-1981)

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View yearbooks, the first Class Schedule, Catalog and Student Handbook (be sure to read the sections on the dress code and standards for women students) and student-produced magazines now available through the state-wide database, the Arizona Memory Project.


College Information


Emeritus Faculty

Explore this tribute to the Emeritus Faculty of Yavapai College. Discover the contributions these exceptional individuals have made to Yavapai College.

Dr. Will Fisher

Emeritus Faculty


History of the College

Historical highlights from 1965 to the present.

College Timeline


On Campus

In 1983, Yavapai College produced a series of monthly shows entitled "On Campus" that were broadcast on local channel KUSK.

Watch selected portions of "On Campus"


Oral Histories

Listen to and watch recordings of alumni, faculty, staff, administrators and community members tell of their experiences with the College.

In order to celebrate the rich history of Yavapai College, a partnership was created between the Boyd Tenney Library, Prescott Campus and the College Honors Program in 2007/2008. Mollie Gugler, College Archivist and Brent Roberts, Honors Program Coordinator led the project.

The College Honors students interviewed individuals who had a long-term association with the college. Over fifty interviews were completed. The interviewees represented a broad spectrum of experiences with the college – administrators, alumni, community members, faculty, and staff. The collective voice of their memories provides a rich testament of the passion and commitment of individuals to make Yavapai College the institution it is.

Interviews are added to this collection as time permits.


Remembrances

Read what alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, and community members have to say about their experiences at Yavapai College.

Faculty & Administrators

Staff