Support the Libraries
Whether through the helpful expertise of a librarian, a collaborative study space for students, or a rich and rare collection of books, our resources are utilized by tens of thousands of curious minds - undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and professional students - in support of their quest for knowledge, and to serve the citizens of our state by addressing society’s most vital issues.
Your gift to the Libraries supports our mission of "connecting people with knowledge."
Husky Reels - Libraries preservation of UW Athletics Film and Video from 1928-early 2000s (more)
Senior Conservator - To support the position of Senior Conservator for books and paper at the UW Libraries.
Adrian Cowell - To preserve materials from the Shan State in Burma (Myanmar) by filmmaker Adrian Cowell
Gifts of $100 or more per year qualify you for a borrowing card good at the University Libraries. Does not include the Gallagher Law Library or the Miller Horticulture Library, Interlibrary Loan (ILL) or remote access to UW-restricted databases. (more)
Gifts of $1000 or more per year qualify you for the Libraries' Dean's Circle, and an invitation to the biennial Dean's Circle Dinner.
We welcome your inquiry
- Contact , Director for Advancement, to discover how your interests can support the collections, services and programs of the Libraries.
- Contact Carolyn Aamot, Manager of the Gifts Program, to explore how your gift of materials can support the information and research needs of UW students and faculty.