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Welcome from the Dean

K. Matthew DamesWelcome to Syracuse University Libraries.

The Syracuse University Libraries are a dynamic mix of facilities, online presences, and personalized information services that our personnel deliver to multiple audiences. The Libraries play an integral role in furthering the University’s academic mission, working with students and faculty to advance teaching, learning, research, and scholarship at SU.

Your generous support helps fund new initiatives and deliver the services, resources, and spaces that advance the contributions our students and faculty share with the world.

Thank you for considering a gift that will improve the lives and work of so many Syracuse University scholars for generations to come.

K. Matthew Dames
Interim Dean of Libraries & University Librarian

Giving Priorities

  • Funding the transformation of the SU Libraries' Carnegie Library Renovation.
  • Gifts to the Libraries Annual Fund and Dean's Discretionary Fund.

Ways to Give

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Donor Spotlight

Mark and Christine Turner P'15, P'17

In December 2011, the Libraries received an early holiday gift from first-time donors Mark and Christine Turner, who made a year-end gift through SU's online giving portal. When asked about their gift, Mark replied that they wanted to do something to honor their daughter, an SU freshman who had settled in very well here. In looking at the opportunities to designate their gift, they selected the SU Libraries. Both Mark and Christine have supported libraries throughout their children's lives and recognize the importance of a vibrant and healthy library as a part of any great academic environment. Mark and Christine designated their significant gift to the Dean's Discretionary Fund, enabling the Libraries to support a variety of needs of Syracuse University students.

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