Gifts supporting the NDSU Libraries improve student experiences with the potential to reach more students than anywhere on campus. Your gift supports the Libraries in cultivating inviting, student-centered, and accessible spaces that enrich teaching, learning, and research to advance innovation and academic excellence.

Your Giving Day gift will support your project preference:

Michael M. Miller, director and bibliographer of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, is retiring on Dec. 1, 2022, after over 55 years of service at NDSU Libraries. We invite you to honor his service with a Giving Day donation to this fund.

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is a privately funded, specialized archive dedicated to sharing and preserving the history and culture of Germans from Russia in North Dakota and the Northern Plains.

Completion of the Digital Fabrication Lab redesign and expansion project — a collaborative, revamped lab workspace where students can express their creativity, learn new skills, and showcase their work

Library improvements such as development of Relaxation, Mindfulness/Meditation, Peace Studios (RPM Studios); development of two podcasting studios and a presentation studio; and general improvements to the Libraries’ infrastructure, including replacing or upgrading technology, furniture, and shelving

We invite you to become a member of Friends of the Libraries, a group that shares a passion for their community and a strong appreciation of NDSU Libraries. We recognize and honor all gifts to any library fund. 

Levels of membership at each gift amount:

•   Member of Friends of the Libraries: $25
•   Supporter: $100
•   Sponsor: $250
•   Benefactor: $500
•   Dean’s Circle: $1,000 and above

Please also consider a gift to one of these additional areas of support:

Friends of the Libraries Fund
University Archives Fund

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