This project briefing, presented at the METRO's 2nd Annual Conference (#metrocon14) on January 15, 2014 at Baruch College, shows how key members of the Purchase College Library and the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center came together to transform the year-long Student Projects process. At Purchase College, Student Projects is the blanket term used to refer to the ‘culminating student experience’ and includes senior projects, capstone papers, and master’s theses. We will show how librarians, catalogers, developers, and TLTC staff partnered to create a workspace that has taken Student Projects from a traditional paper-based process and transformed it into a dynamic, digital, student-centered venture that is interwoven with reference, instruction, assessment, access, and other practical innovations such as the ability for faculty readers/sponsors to approve projects within the workspace. We will explain how we adapted technologies already in place at Purchase (Moodle, LibGuides, and Drupal) to enhance and streamline the process of researching, developing, submitting, and archiving Student Projects. The flexibility of these systems allows us to respond to student and faculty feedback quickly and make adjustments as needed. We will present our successes, challenges, and share our current plans for developing an open, fully searchable, and aesthetically mindful digital repository. We will also discuss future plans for a large-scale digitization effort to make accessible nearly 40 years of Student Projects, allowing for better and broader access to this collection of important student scholarship and creativity. We hope that our collaboration and the development of the Student Projects digital repository will make a meaningful contribution to Purchase College’s institutional memory and serve as an inspiration to other institutions interested in preserving student scholarship.