Mirko Androić (8 July 1922, in Varaždin, Yugoslavia – 7 June 1982) was a Croatian historian and archivist. He studied philosophy at the University of Zagreb, then worked as historian and chief archivist of his home town Varaždin. His area of historical study was on the history of political movements in northern Croatia during the 18th Century.
- Susan K. Kinnell People in World History: A-M 1989 "MIRKO ANDROIC [Mirko Androić]. Arhivski Vjesnik [Yugoslavia] 1982 25: 117-118. Mirko Androić was born on 8 July 1922 in Varazdin, Yugoslavia and died on 7 June 1982."
- Historijski zbornik: v38 Povijesno društvo Hrvatske, Društvo za hrvatsku povjesnicu - 1985 Petar Strčić "MIRKO ANDROIC U arhivskoj službi SRH na naročit se način izdvajao Mirko Androić (Varaždin, 8. 7. 1922 — 7. 6. 1982) — i kao arhivist i kao historičar. Završivši povijest na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu, a bazirajući i na ..."
- Mirko Androić et al., Varaždin u XVIII. stolječu i politicko-kameralni studij 1769-1969 [Varazdin in the 18th Century and the Political-Cameral School] , Zagreb - Varazdin 1972.