Giving to JMU Libraries

Imagine a place where creative exploration, the advancement of teaching and learning, and the curation of scholarship happen in tandem. Imagine an adaptable, user-focused organization that supports its community in the search for knowledge in myriad ways–physically, virtually, and logistically. If you can imagine this, then you have a good picture of JMU Libraries.

We bring knowledge resources to JMU’s students, faculty, and the greater Harrisonburg community. Whether it’s preserving the rich cultural history of the Shenandoah Valley or exploring the latest virtual reality and 3-D printing technologies, JMU Libraries & Educational Technologies are engaged with the world. Private support has allowed us to pursue a wide variety of creative projects.

Ways To Give

 Give Now Online
Our Library is an integral part of the community. You can be part of the excitement by supporting JMU Libraries and contributing to any of the following funds:

Give NowLibraries
Support the behind-the-scenes, 24/7 work of the libraries, which results in student success, digital literacy, and information literacy.

Give NowMusic Library
Help contribute to JMU’s vast wealth of resources housed in the Music Library.

Give NowSpecial Collections (Peggy Brooks Burruss Library Endowment)
Help grow the endowment that helps JMU preserve and restore historic materials documenting Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. [learn more about Peggy Brooks Burruss]

Give NowMartha T. Boaz Faculty Development Fund
Help fund professional development for the Libraries & Educational Technologies faculty. [learn more about Martha T. Boaz]

 Contact us for other ways to donateIf you would like to learn more about contributing, please contact Conor Webb (webbcl@jmu.edu).

Technology Petting Zoo

This event was a partnership between JMU Library staff and Massanutten Regional Library staff to explore emerging technology including hardware and software.
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Donating books and research materials