There are two museums at UKSW: stationary and digital.
The Digital Museum was established in 2019 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the transformation of the Academy of Catholic Theology into Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University. The archival collections include over 17,000 photographs. They commemorate those who contributed to building the prestige of the University – many outstanding scientists from Poland and abroad, as well as our graduates.
The digital museum shows history from the perspective of people meritorious for the development of the University, and above all Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, whose far-sighted decisions made the University become a significant academic center.
The website of the UKSW Digital Museum is available at: www.muzeumuksw.edu.pl.
There is also a stationary museum at UKSW, where memorabilia from the history of our Alma Mater are collected. The archival collections of UKSW are constantly supplemented with new exhibits.
People associated with the University are encouraged to contribute to the story and history of our University, and all visitors can discover the history of UKSW.
The Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University Museum is located in the Old Building on the Dewajtis campus.