Giving to the University of Oregon Libraries
Making a Gift to the UO Libraries
The University of Oregon Libraries enriches the student learning experience, encourages exploration and research at all levels, and contributes to advancements in access to scholarly resources.
Your gift to the UO Libraries touches each and every student at the University of Oregon -- and supports the library's efforts to make its resources available to researchers worldwide.
Library Fund provides the maximum flexibility to address immediate and high priority needs.
Collections Enrichment Fund purchases books and materials in all formats.
Library Technology Fund purchases new technology, software, and storage capacity to meet the needs of students and faculty.
Library Student Employee Fund provides more students with meaningful work in the supportive, academic environment of the library, helping them fund the cost of their education while developing valuable workplace skills.
Special Collections and University Archives Fund purchases and preserves one-of-a-kind collections and archives for student, faculty, and international research. See the Special Collections and University Archives website for more information.
Ken Kesey Fund enables the library to purchase the Kesey archive, a literary and cultural treasure, for future generations of students and scholars. See the Ken Kesey giving page for more information.
Library Coaches' Fund supports the librarys greatest priorities, including technology, collections, and student employees.
Oregon Digital Newspaper Program supports the digitization of historic Oregon newspapers and infrastructure to provide free online access.
Science Library Fund will create a dynamic and innovative facility to support interdisciplinary research and teaching in the sciences. The facility will be named in memory of Allan Price, Vice President of Advancement, University of Oregon, 2001-2008 and Senior Vice President for Advancement, OHSU & President, OHSU Foundation, 2008-2012
We appreciate your interest and support! For more information, contact:
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