Giving and Engagement Opportunities

Give Now to University Libraries

The University Libraries is at the heart of campus.

By enriching scholar and academic activities for our students, faculty, staff and community, the University Libraries is passionate about promoting student success, advancing research, developing unique resources, revitalizing facilities and advancing our leadership in EDI efforts.

With your support we will continue to provide exceptional resources and services and uphold the academic mission of this institution.

Making a gift to the University Libraries means making a difference in how we shape the future leaders of this community and the world!

Affinity Group & Giving/Engagement Levels

Student Leaders

Parent Partners

Faculty & Staff Supporters

Emerging Professionals


Jackson Society

Advisors' Circle

Be an Event Sponsor

Companies, organizations, groups, and individuals now have the opportunity to support events hosted by the University Libraries such as the (to name a few):

  • Annual Women’s Veteran Historical Project Luncheon
  • Annual University Libraries’ Annual Greensboro Bound Literary Festival Presentation
  • Annual Digital Media Commons (DMC) Film Festival
  • Master of Library Information Science Speaker Series
  • Youth Storyteller’s Event
  • Harold Schiffman Music Library Performances

Future Development Opportunities

Watch us grow! The University Libraries are excited about our new renovation and look forward to curating new spaces for our students, faculty, staff, and community. We invite you to join our Columns E-Newsletter to learn more about our transformation as we continue to become the "library of future."

Give Now to University Libraries

Discuss Giving Options

Please contact Michael Crumpton, Interim Dean of Libraries, at or 336.256.1213 to discuss giving options for University Libraries.

Make a gift of books, manuscripts, music, or other materials

Please review the Gifts Policy and contact Christine Fischer, Head, Technical Services. For more information about giving rare books and personal collections to the University Libraries, please visit the Special Collections and University Archives' donation page.