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Giving to Purdue Libraries

Purdue Libraries is the information engine that powers learning, research and scholarship on campus and beyond. When you support the Libraries you support resources and technology that make learning and research possible.

The categories below represent major collections and initiatives within the Libraries. If you have a special project or collection that interests you, please contact the Chief Development Officer to discuss ways to focus your giving to an area of special interest.

Ways to Give

Give Online

The easiest way to give to Purdue Libraries is through the Purdue Research Foundation's Online Donation Form. Just select a dollar amount and the Libraries Funds available will be pre-selected for you.

Give Online
Mail Your Gift

Please mail this form with your payment directly to the Advancement Office: Purdue University Libraries ADV, 504 West State Street, W. Lafayette, IN 47907-2058

Mail Your Gift

Featured Funds

Dean's Priorities for Libraries and School of Information Studies
McNeil

This fund supports current priorities for collections and initiatives in any of the thirteen libraries on campus or the Purdue University Press. Gifts to this fund provide resources for the dean to respond to the current needs of students and faculty.


Purdue Office of Undergraduate Research
OUR

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) provides research and travel grants to student researchers. Gifts to OUR support students directly in their research with a Purdue mentor and allows students to travel to conferences to present their results to others in their field.


Purdue University Press
Purdue Press

Founded in 1960 and with over 500 books in print, a dozen journals, and robust scholarly publishing services available to all members of the Purdue community, Purdue University Press produces meaningful works for a scholarly and general audience, with a local and global focus.


Archives & Special Collections
ASC

This collection preserves not only the history of the university but the personal collections of alumni and colleagues who have impacted the world beyond Purdue. Through names known all over the globe to others whose achievements are celebrated in smaller circles, this collection represents the best of Purdue and anticipates what is yet to be achieved.


Libraries Student Resources and Programming
student resources and programming

This fund supports programming that connects students to the library space as well as the faculty and staff. Because the student experience within the Libraries has such a significant impact in student engagement with resources and materials, a gift to this fund is an investment in scholarship and student success.

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Contact

Sarah Rysell
Chief Development Officer for Libraries and School of Information Studies
(765) 49-42806
Purdue University Libraries, ADV
504 West State Street
W. Lafayette, IN 47907-2058