Giving to JMU Libraries
Library services are changing.
We are providing JMU students and faculty with access to new collections, databases, and journals.
We are bringing JMU faculty and students together with new classroom technologies and teaching tools.
We are now three libraries: Carrier Library, Rose Library, and Music Library.
We are growing and changing. And you can be a part of that change.
Support the Libraries
Special Collections (Burruss Library Preservation/Restoration)
The preservation/restoration of the Burruss Collection, including transcription of the Scott/Saufley correspondence, will receive first priority for application of the proceeds of the endowment. The goal of future applications will be to preserve, enhance, and support Carrier Library's collection of materials that document the history of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley..
About JMU Libraries & Educational Technologies
JMU Libraries include Carrier Library and two branches, the Music Library and Rose Library. JMU Libraries has been an innovator of the library liaison program in which librarians build a collaborative working relationship with their academic departments to provide subject-specific library instruction, research consultation, and to develop collections. JMU Libraries’ awarding-winning Information Literacy program provides our students with skills for lifelong learning. JMU Libraries & Educational Technologies also includes the Center for Instructional Technology, which provides university faculty with proactive support for technological innovation in instruction; and Technology Classrooms, whose staff install and maintain computing and multimedia technology in classrooms across the campus.
Comments from the JMU Community*:
"Since starting graduate school I use the library often and have no trouble accessing material, be it online or at the library." -- Graduate student, Health Sciences
"I feel extremely privileged to have the library resources available that are provided on the JMU campus. Keep up the good work!" -- Undergraduate student, Health Sciences
"The library has a great atmosphere and I will miss it when I graduate." -- Undergraduate student, Social Sciences
"Rose Library provides some wonderful meeting rooms and an inviting space." -- Faculty member, Business
*Comments selected from the 2009 LibQual Survey.
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Carrier Library, MSC 1703
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807