Give to the UO Libraries
As Oregon’s only member of the prestigious Association of Research Libraries, the University of Oregon Libraries plays a crucial role in all teaching, learning, and research activities on campus and in the broader preservation of the human knowledge and cultural record.
A gift to the UO Libraries has the broadest possible impact on campus, because we serve all students and faculty across all schools, colleges, and disciplines. From the Loyd and Dorothy Rippey Library at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston to the Knight Library at the heart of campus, each of our seven libraries contribute to creating knowledge and promoting excellence in all academic pursuits.
The Design Library is a major center for art and architectural information in the Pacific Northwest. It features its own rare book room, an incredible collection of artists’ books, and offers study spaces, equipment, programs, and expert consulting for UO’s design and arts community. Your gift support exhibits, facilities enhancements, arts equipment and technology, student employment, and more.
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The John E. Jaqua Law Library is an essential source of training, education, and legal research information for law school students and faculty, as well as the surrounding community. Your gift supports collections, facilities enhancements, equipment and technology, student employment, and more.
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Students and faculty members at the UO need to have access to the latest technologies for their learning, teaching, and research, and our libraries personnel need access to digitization equipment, electronic storage, and preservation software to continue to make our resources more widely available. Your gift allows us to purchase new lab equipment, hardware, and software to meet these critical, 21st-century needs.
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Other Ways to Give
A great library faculty is critical to the success of a great research library. In a competitive research university landscape, the best libraries faculty and curators are sought after by institutions like ours, as well as prestigious academies, museums, and heritage organizations around the world. Endowed faculty positions significantly enhance our ability to attract and retain the best and the brightest, and to maintain our role as a leading research library, benefiting the entire University of Oregon.
Please contact Renee Gordon, executive director of university advancement, at (541) 359-6870 or email@example.com to learn more about how endowing a position will allow us to continue to attract and retain the strongest possible candidates to build the future of the UO Libraries. Your investment at this level secures the library’s visibility, reputation, and excellence in service to our faculty and students.