UNLV University Libraries strives to preserve, protect, and promote the academic legacy of UNLV students and faculty, as well as the Southern Nevada region we document. There are many ways to give to the University Libraries, and a variety of exciting projects to support including:
Latinx Voices of Southern Nevada
A multi-generational oral history and community engagement project to collect and preserve the diverse history of the Latinx communities of Las Vegas and surrounding areas through the Oral History Research Center and Special Collections and Archives.
Remembering 1 October
A vital oral history project that is collecting and preserving first-hand testimonies from first responders, witnesses, and survivors.
Honor With Books
A $100 donation allows you to place the name(s) of a friend or loved one on one of our special digital bookplates. Whether it’s memorializing a friend or celebrating a graduation, birthday, retirement, or wedding, these are thoughtful gifts that support the libraries.
Building Las Vegas
A five-year project within Special Collections and Archives to collect, document, and preserve evidence of our city’s growth – from the dramatic changes in our urban skyline to the dense suburban tracts that now dot the edges of the desert.
Teaching and Learning Projects
Support our work to teach undergraduate students the best research practices, create graduate fellowships for studying our collections, conduct K-12 outreach to encourage teachers and students to use the library, and more.