Explore Ways to Become Engaged with the Libraries Through Giving
Help sustain University Libraries through monthly giving and receive an exclusive perk.
Become a vital link for the University Libraries vision by joining this important group led by Interim Dean Lynda Coon.
Your Libraries gifts count toward qualification in other university recognition groups, such as the Chancellor's Society, ThoroughReds, Heritage Society, and Towers of Old Main.
Make it monthly to become part of the Sustaining Friends Society and provide the University Libraries with dependable funding to help students, faculty, and researchers reach their academic goals.
Simply click the “Make this a monthly gift” option on the U of A's online giving site to set up your monthly gift for any area of University Libraries. Staff and faculty may also be recognized as a Sustaining Friend through payroll deduction.
As a special “thank you,” new Sustaining Friends will receive an exclusive set of University Libraries stickers to show the world they love the Libraries.
Questions? Contact Kelli Nixon, development coordinator, at 479-575-6455 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance for making it monthly!
Dean's Advisory Council
The University Libraries' Dean's Advisory Council is a vital link to shaping and accomplishing the vision for the University Libraries.
Those who accept the invitation to join the council will advise Dean Dennis Clark on strategic issues relating to the Libraries, serve as ambassadors for the Libraries, and share their unique wisdom, knowledge, and point of view that only alumni and friends of the University of Arkansas who love the Libraries can provide.
Those with cumulative Libraries giving of $1,200 or more in the previous fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) will automatically be qualified for an invitation to join the Dean's Advisory Council.
Want to get involved now with the Council? Contact Rachel Krest, director of development, at 479-575-7092 or email@example.com.
Financial gifts may be made via cash, check, or credit card, as well as through estate designation, appreciated securities, or other planned giving instruments. Faculty and staff may also utilize payroll deduction.
Contact Rachel Krest, director of development, to find out more about how you can make a tremendous difference in the lives of students through charitable giving to the University Libraries.