RIT Archive Collections is located on the third floor of Wallace Library. It is the official repository for historically valuable records of the university. A broad range of materials, from presidential papers and departmental records to photographs and art works document RIT's history since 1829. The collections provide a view into the university's unique role as an educational institution and reveal RIT's significant part in the story of Rochester's growth.
Museum studies students in the College of Liberal Arts work with these archival collections in classes and occasionally curate exhibitions.
- RIT Archives holds the historically valuable records of the university.
- RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive holds NTID records and acquires collections related to Deaf education, Deaf culture, Deaf theater, technologies related to the deaf and artwork by deaf artists.
- RIT Art Collection contains works by faculty, students, and alumni, showcasing individual talent and the range of art programs at RIT.
- RIT Special Collections include the Frederick Wiedman Jr. Presidential Signature Collection and two substantial collections of editorial cartoons by Elmer Messner and John Scott Club. 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 About RIT Archive Collections
- ↑ COLA Students Curate Exhibitions
- ↑ RIT Archives
- ↑ RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
- ↑ RIT Art Collection
- ↑ RIT Special Collections