Giving to the Libraries
As the most widely used service on campus, UNT Libraries touch everyone who is part of the UNT family.
Financial gifts to the Libraries directly benefit students, researchers, and the local community. Every gift, regardless of size, is a solid investment in UNT's future.
Gifts of cash may be made outright, by bequest, or by a lifetime-income gift that may be directed to a variety of uses, including purchase of library materials or support of programs.
Areas of support include:
Dean’s Innovation Fund: Donations to the Dean’s Innovation Fund directly support the Libraries' goals for improving services, facilities, activities, and technology for the UNT community.
Book Honoraria or Memorials: Honor or commemorate a friend, relative, student, faculty or staff member, or co-worker by contributing to the UNT Libraries.
Friends of the UNT Libraries: Membership in the Friends of the UNT Libraries supports the purchase of books, manuscripts, maps, and other materials that the Libraries could not otherwise afford.
Donations of other materials may be made to the Libraries, including books, collections, journals, artwork, software, DVDs, manuscripts, and historical documents. Such donations should be accompanied by the Gift Agreement Form (PDF | MS Word). See the complete UNT Libraries' Gift Policy for more information.
For more information, e-mail Dreanna Belden, Assistant Dean for External Relations.