Alexander Dardas $10
MSU Libraries Homecoming
Do you remember long nights in the study carrels, perusing the stacks to find the perfect book, or turning to librarians for assistance? From card catalog to e-book, MSU Libraries are proud to continue our role as a hub for Spartans’ academic efforts.
We are committed to providing access to technology such as virtual reality, 3D printers, digitization equipment and more, but this commitment does not detract from growing our physical and digital collections. We are also dedicated to preserving campus history within the MSU Archives and Historical Collections. These archives include pictures, club memorabilia, alumni memoirs and more from throughout MSU’s 165-year history.
MSU Libraries continue to play a critical role as we prioritize student safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. We support campus through virtual services, actively engage with distance teaching and learning, and mail materials to students living off campus. We work to maintain a safe, limited study space for students in our building and to provide access to our unique collections and technology by appointment.
We are proud to carry on MSU’s tradition of research, teaching and learning.
Your Support Will Make a Difference
This week, as we celebrate homecoming, we ask you to partner with us as we provide expertise, collections, and infrastructure for discovery and research. Your gift will help us continue our services and preserve the memories and milestones of MSU.
With your help, we can ensure that services such as shipping material to remote learners and preserving archival collections continue into the future.
Make a Gift by Mail:
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824
*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 21OOPCF1HCLIBRY” in the note section.
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