Archive of the University of Liverpol: Records of Graduates of the University of Liverpool

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Records deposited describe and depict both academic and social aspects of student life. Academic records include lecture notes and samples of course work, examination papers, photographs of staff and students, photographs and printed material relating to Panto, orders of proceedings for degree ceremonies, copies of student publications including Sphinx and Pantosphinx, letters and correspondence, tape recordings and recollections about University life.

Administrative / Biographical History

The University of Liverpool began to confer its own degrees after it obtained its Charter in 1903. Before this, degrees earned at University College Liverpool were awarded by the Victoria University.

Arrangement

Were changes of surname have occured (such as through marriage), the papers have been arranged according to the surname at the time of the creation of the records.

Graduate papers are arranged alphabetically by surname.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is open to bona fide researchers, unless otherwise stated.

Note

Were changes of surname have occured (such as through marriage), the papers have been arranged according to the surname at the time of the creation of the records.