Why support UC Libraries on #GivingTuesday?
Study and research are an important focus of student life during college, and students at the University of Cincinnati have access to state-of-the-art resources. UC’s libraries support the undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of the university by providing a vast array of intellectual materials including collections of books, periodicals, and professional journals, access to electronic databases and full-text journals, state-of-the-art technology, and appropriate research and study areas. In a world where new discoveries are made every day, information resources are constantly changing. In order to meet the needs of students from UC’s many colleges and units, UC’s libraries must constantly update information resources.
About Our Libraries
The Libraries serve UC students, faculty, and staff and other users by providing excellent research collections, quality service, responsive instruction and training, access to technology, and inviting research and study facilities in pursuit of the University of Cincinnati's comprehensive mission of teaching, learning, research, and community service.
With 4.3 million volumes and access to thousands of electronic resources available 24/7 through our online library catalog, UC Libraries' virtual and physical locations offer resources for everyone. UC Libraries includes the Walter C. Langsam Library, the Archives and Rare Books Library, the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, and eight college and departmental libraries serving constituents in applied science, architecture, art, biology, chemistry, classics, design, education, engineering, geology, mathematics, music, physics, and planning.
Gifts to the UC Fund for Libraries will be matched, up to $1,500, by Kurt Reichelderfer and Aine Baldwin.
UC and UC Health employees can give via payroll deduction today!