Learn About the Impact of Giving to the Libraries
Phase I of Mullins Renewal is complete. Thank you to our generous donors to the project!
- Jan Roberts Clark and Daniel R. Clark: Third Floor, Jan Roberts Clark and Daniel R. Clark Study Room
- Jennifer Eichenberg: Fourth Floor, Eichenberg Study Booth
- Chris and Missy Harlin: Third Floor, Harlin Study Room
- Angela Mitchell and Robert Phillips: Fourth Floor, John W. Mitchell Study Room
- Jane and Curtis Shipley: Third Floor, Shipley Study Room
- Cherl and Ron Snyder: Fourth Floor, Snyder Study Room
- Dorothy Ann Stevenson: Third Floor, Dorothy Ann and Ed Stevenson Corridor
University of Arkansas alumna Dorothy Ann Stevenson of Mena has made a pledge to support the renewal of of the David W. Mullins Library, the main branch of the University Libraries.
University of Arkansas alumna Tracy Henderson of Austin, Texas, says giving back is a great way to leave a legacy. Her planned gift commitment of $300,000 will create three new endowments at the university.
More than 100 years of Razorback history have now been digitized. Thanks to project donors and the University of Arkansas Libraries, all yearbooks from 1897 through 2018 are now available worldwide online, free of charge.
University of Arkansas alumnus Bill Keenan established the Walter J. Lemke Freshman Endowed Journalism Scholarship in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the Walter J. Lemke Journalism Collections Endowment in the University Libraries.
Tom and Jill King of Fayetteville have established the Ellen Compton Memorial Fund supporting Special Collections in the University Libraries.
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.