Archaeological research is the most effective way to detect the unique cultural diversity of the Anatolian geography, which has been inhabited uninterruptedly for thousands of years. The chronology and development process of our cultural history can be followed by examining and classifying ceramics made of terracotta, which is at the beginning of the archaeological data that enables the analysis of the civilization process of human beings, according to scientific methods. With the studies and projects to be carried out within the Selcuk University Anatolian Archeology and Ceramics Research and Application Center, it is aimed that our university will be one of the institutions that can produce scientific data in this field in the regional sense, and it is aimed to become one of the stakeholders who have a voice in the management of the world cultural heritage by sharing the data to be produced on a national and international scale. In addition, it is aimed that our University will become a pioneer in this field by carrying out activities to increase common awareness on issues such as the promotion and protection of archeology, archaeological artifacts and cultural heritage in the surrounding regions, including the center of our region.
To support scientific excavations and research that are still being carried out in our country and in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, to organize symposiums, congresses, conferences, workshops and exhibitions that will share the results of the studies, to coordinate with other centers that provide services in line with the mission and vision of our center, to carry out joint activities. . To support all kinds of works such as excavations and research that will ensure that all kinds of cultural heritage belonging to different civilizations in the Anatolian geography are preserved and transferred to future generations, to lead the construction of new ones and to promote them. Another important mission of the center is to research the ceramic pots produced in Anatolia and its immediate surroundings, one of the most used archaeological artifacts by the ancient people, and to establish a common ceramic terminology on this subject. To carry out activities that encourage and encourage young scientists. To make scientific publications in the national and international arena as a natural result of these studies. To represent our university institutionally in all kinds of platforms related to archaeological issues and to be the leading university in this field.