The Archival Collections and Management unit preserves, and makes accessible the official records of the University of Notre Dame. This historically valuable material documents the academic and administrative responsibilities of the University as well as the experiences of its students, alumni, officers, faculty, staff, and benefactors. In addition, the University Archives, through its records management program, provides record retention and retrieval services to campus offices.

The ACM unit also collects and maintains records, papers, photographs, printed material, and audio-visual material that document the life of the Catholic Church, and is recognized as one of the nation's foremost archival repositories for the study of American Catholicism.

email: archives@nd.edu
phone: (574) 631-6448


(574) 631-9348


Unit Head, Archival Collections and Management
Head Archivist
(574) 631-9348 | pmilhoan@nd.edu | 607 Hesburgh Library

As Head of Archival Collections and Management, Patrick sets policy and provides oversight for the way the Libraries arrange, describe, manage, provide access to, and facilitate discovery of its rich archival and special collections holdings across the departments of Rare Books & Special Collections and University Archives.


Sports Archivist
Sports Archivist
(574) 631-1952 | gbond2@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Greg Bond is the Sports Archivist for Hesburgh Libraries and the Curator of the Joyce Sports Research Collection. He has appointments in Rare Books and Special Collections and in University Archives. He is also the subject specialist for Sports Studies, and he is Affiliated with the Sport, Media, and Culture Minor. He received both his PhD in American History and his MLS from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research focuses on the history of American sports with a particular focus on the history of the sporting experiences of African Americans.


Archives Specialist
(574) 631-2008 | jbrcka@nd.edu | 607 Hesburgh Library

Jennifer works across the University Archives and Department of Rare Books & Special collections to support archival processing and archival metadata quality and strategy. She is responsible for appraisal, arrangement, description, and management of archival materials in all formats. She also helps ensure the integrity of archival description across Library and cooperative platforms. Jennifer provides support for questions and problem-solving related to processing procedures, archival standards and schemas, and ArchiveSpace functionality and workflows.

Jennifer holds an MLIS with a specialization in Archives from Wayne State University.


Archives Specialist
(574) 631-6218 | tdavis26@nd.edu | 607 Hesburgh Library

Senior Archivist
+1 574 631 8669 | Erik.Dix.4@nd.edu | 600 Hesburgh Library

As the Senior Archivist for Audiovisual Materials, Erik Dix manages a vast array of analog audiovisual collections within the University Archives. His work spans collection care and management as well as preservation assessment and technical conservation treatments as necessary. He provides expertise in the area of digitization and reformatting of analog formats to digital audio and video codecs and file containers. Also, he supports reference and research services for a variety of administrative departments and academic offices, faculty, scholars and local, national, and international production companies.


Senior Archivist
+1 574 631 9201 | ehogan2@nd.edu | 608 Hesburgh Library

As the Senior Archivist for Graphic Materials, Elizabeth Hogan preserves, provides access, and facilitates discovery to photographic materials housed within the University Archives. Her includes collection care and management as well as digitization and metadata creation for a wide range of photographic material. Also, she supports reference, outreach, and research services for a variety of administrative departments and academic offices, faculty members, and local, national, and international audiences.


Archives Specialist
(574) 631-6506 | jkauffm3@nd.edu | 607 Hesburgh Library

As Archives Specialist, Jason is responsible for the appraisal, transfer, arrangement, description, and management of archival collections in the University Archives. He also supports digital preservation and records management functions and works with campus partners and other stakeholders to broaden the understanding of the University Archives.

Jason is a Certified Archivist and holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Archives Technician
(574) 631-4046 | jschlutt@nd.edu | 608-02 Hesburgh Library

As an Archives Technician in the Archival Processing Unit, Jayne is responsible for rehousing collections, creating inventories, compiling assessment data, conducting surveys, managing accession records, supply management, and space management. In addition, Jayne contributes to metadata enhancement, management, and manipulation.


Assistant Archivist
+1 574 631 6448 | Joseph.R.Smith.675@nd.edu | 607 Hesburgh Library

As Assistant Archivist, Joe Smith provides in-person and virtual reference services including research consultations for a wide array of archival manuscript collections, university records, graphic materials, and audiovisual collections. In addition to engaging in reference services, he collaborates with colleagues across the libraries and campus to support the teaching and research mission of the University as well as ensures that the reading room operates smoothly in order to provide efficient patron research services.