Shaping the Future: The Campaign for the Libraries
The University of California, Irvine has launched a historic $1 billion comprehensive campaign to shape the future through the excellence of the campus. Essential to its success are the UCI Libraries, the foundation of the university's intellectual strength and innovation.
A powerful resource used daily by thousands of students, scholars and lifelong learners, the Libraries' vast collections inspire discovery and support groundbreaking research. The services we provide, the collections we build, and the technologies we harness help move our students, along with people in our communities, into more productive and fulfilling lives.
The UCI Libraries are shaping the future of the campus and our region.
Recognizing that the strength of the Libraries is integrally tied to the success of the university and surrounding community, the Campaign for the Libraries will enhance the Libraries' collections, services and outreach programs, grow our staff and facilities, and expand our information technologies.
The Campaign for the Libraries Priorities:
As the campus grows, we must sustain the highest standard of personalized services, strengthen our research staff, and expand space for students and collections.
Faculty and students in all schools and disciplines on campus rely on the comprehensive electronic and print collections of the Libraries. We must sustain the quality of the collections to support our growing and new academic programs across campus.
Global scholarship increasingly relies on robust and innovative digital communication and networked computing. The Libraries must constantly enhance our information technology and services that insure delivery of the Libraries' resources and services to our students and faculty, and the community.
Join us in this vital undertaking by making a gift in support of the Campaign for the Libraries. To make a gift today, simply go to our E-Giving site and select a designation for your gift. For further information, please contact Carol Hughes, Associate University Librarian, at email@example.com or call 949.824.9753.