TCC Archive

TCC’s Archive is a treasured collection of school- and student-related historical materials available for student, faculty or public research.

Our extensive collection stretches back to 1965, when TCC first opened its doors. It contains primary source documents, including course catalogs, yearbooks, sports memorabilia, oral histories, faculty papers, student publications, photographs, and much more.

Search the TCC Archives

TCC Archive Mission: The TCC Archives works to support the college mission of meaningful learning, inspiring equity and celebrating success in the lives of the college and community members. TCC has a long history of social engagement and the archive works to reflect this element of the college, focusing on student and faculty activism, community engagement and the history of the college in Tacoma.


Archive Donations

Think you have a piece of the past to donate to the TCC Archive? We welcome donated items from those who have a history at TCC, including former students, faculty and staff.

Common items we collect include:

  • Photographs, both digital and film
  • Course materials
  • Club materials, including meeting minutes, promotional artwork, and event posters
  • Oral histories and student publications

For more information, view our Abbreviated Collection Policy.

Drop us a line to find out if you have historical materials appropriate for the TCC Archive.

Contact Archive

Visit the Archive (by appointment only)

Want to search the archive in-person?
Need help with a research project involving our vast collection of historical documents and images?
We’re here to help. Simply call or email to schedule an appointment. The Archive is located in Building 7, just north of the Library. 

More Resources


Transcripts are not available through the archive. Request a transcript through Enrollment Services.


For more research resources, visit the TCC Library.