Georgia State University’s hub for discovery, creativity and innovation.
With locations at each of the six Georgia State University campuses, the University Library provides resources and services that enhance student learning, inspire innovation and enable the creation of new knowledge. The University Library offers the expertise of librarians and staff dedicated to student success, physical and digital materials, and access to virtual reality labs, recording studios and data visualization technologies to meet the needs of modern students.
Your gift to any area of the University Library on Georgia State Day has a direct impact on current and future Panthers. Your support, combined with hundreds of other supporters this giving day, will help us create a more dynamic, engaging and resource-rich environment for students, faculty and the community. That’s #TheStateWay.
Make your gift to the Library on Georgia State Day and our generous challenge donors will match your contribution dollar-for-dollar, increasing the impact of your support!
- GSU Fund for the University Library: This flexible fund supports our areas of greatest need, providing students with access to current technology, collaborative learning spaces, professional expertise and rich information resources.
- Library Research Award Fund: Your gift to the Library Research Award will help doctoral students in any discipline fund travel to a museum, archive or library to complete their dissertation research. After the challenges presented by the pandemic, this award can help doctoral candidates get back on track. It also provides prize money to 3-Minute Thesis winners, presented by the University Library and the Graduate School.
- Library Future Fund: The University Library seeks to be a national model of the innovative research library, providing dynamic physical and virtual spaces in support of students’ needs for technology, connection and creativity. The Library Future Fund helps the University Library continue the physical transformation of the University Library.
The 50th Anniversary of the Special Collections & Archives
- Dr. David B. Gracy II Graduate Assistant Endowment: In 2021, the University Library will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Special Collections & Archives at Georgia State University. In honor of our founding archivist, Dr. David B. Gracy, we have established an endowed graduate research assistantship working in the Special Collections & Archives. This will help us cover the cost of one graduate student working hands-on with the materials housed at Georgia State.