A record is information created or received that provides evidence of decisions or actions of UQ while undertaking its business. As a public authority we have a legal responsibility to make sure that these records are managed effectively, retained for the required period of time, and then disposed of appropriately.

Record Archives Management Services (RAMS) is located within Information Technology Services (ITS) and is responsible for the strategic management of The University’s recordkeeping systems, records of enduring value, developing policies and providing advice.

Advice and information requests records_request@uq.edu.au
Extension 53361
Staff file requests

Extension 52831

Student emails for automatic registration


In November around 138,000 records were registered in Records Manager.  The majority of these items were student related but we're starting to see the emergence of staff records which comprised around 2,000 for the month....

1 December 2016

The National Archives of Australia (NAA) has called out for Commonwealth departments and agencies to hire their own chief information governance officers to manage digital information assets effectively across individual organisations. As...

28 November 2016

The portraits of about half the number of Queenslanders who served in the First World War have been digitised for the public to search online in time for Remembrance Day. ...

18 November 2016