Giving Day 2019

Your support makes it happen!

This April, we invite you to join the University of Chicago community as we honor the past while building the future through  Giving Day 2019.

Giving Day is a 24-hour show of united support for the University’s students, faculty, and world-changing research from noon to noon (CDT) April 9-10, 2019. This collective approach to philanthropy is a fitting way to support the University of Chicago Library, which serves as a vibrant and dynamic hub for the entire university community.

Giving Day, April 9-10, 2019 - Move UChicago ForwardWith 11.6 million electronic and print volumes spanning centuries of learning in the sciences, humanities, arts, and beyond, the University of Chicago Library stands as one of North America’s largest and most distinguished academic research libraries.

Beyond the depth and breadth of its holdings, the Library continuously builds on its vision to foster inquiry through tailored services and expert librarians. From the state-of-the-art conservation and digitization laboratories of the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library to the exquisite exhibition space highlighting works from the Special Collections Research Center, the University of Chicago Library is an intellectual epicenter for the innovative work of students, faculty, and researchers in an evolving academic environment.

To meet the ever-increasing need for data-driven services, the Library has expanded infrastructure for patrons seeking new ways to obtain, visualize, and analyze data. We are developing our Center for Digital Scholarship, honing key skills among our librarians, and advancing pivotal initiatives in the fields of geospatial analysis and data science.

Your support will enable the Library to continue serving as a vibrant hub for the University community, advancing the objectives of students and faculty across campus.

To make a contribution to the University of Chicago Library during Giving Day, please make a gift through our website by 12:00 p.m. on April 10.

You can make a difference for the Library today!

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