Welcome Jennifer Coggins, Records Services Archivist

University Archives and Records Management Services is happy to announce that Jennifer Coggins assumed the position of Records Services Archivist on July 21, 2014. In this position, she will provide guidance to University departments on questions of records management, retention, and disposition; conduct training sessions, and handle transfers to University Archives. She can be reached at (919) 962-6402 or at recman@unc.edu.


Jennifer has worked in University Archives for over two years, first as a graduate assistant, and then as Temporary Records Services Archivist. She holds a master’s degree in library science from the UNC School of Information and Library Science (specialization in Archives and Records Management) and a bachelor’s degree in history from Wofford College. She has worked at the Sandor Teszler Library at Wofford College and interned at the National Archives, the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project, and the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Farewell to Records Services Archivist, Lawrence Giffin

Today are hearts are heavy as we bid adieu to Records Services Archivist extraordinaire, the one-and-only, Lawrence Giffin.

Lawrence joined UARMS staff in 2011 and for the past two and a half years has led the records management services program at UNC. He has offered countless consultations and trainings to staff across campus, prepared updates for our general records retention and disposition schedule, and managed the records transfer process– not to mention all of the countless other projects in UARMS and the Wilson Special Collections Library that he has contributed to.

Thank you, Lawrence for all of your hard work here at UARMS. You’ll be a tough act to follow, and we’re really going to miss you.

Please continue to send records transfer forms, administrative reference requests, and general records management inquiries and questions to our UARMS email address– recman@unc.edu

You can also call us at (919) 962-6402 for immediate assistance.

We’re all sad to see Lawrence go but wish him all the best in his future endeavors!