When you give a gift to the Kraemer Family Library, you demonstrate your commitment to the Library's role in supporting the curriculum, research and scholarship of UCCS. Your monetary donations or gifts-in-kind make a tremendous difference in our ability to provide students with the print and electronic tools they need to be productive and involved citizens, community leaders and lifelong learners. Your donation will have an immediate and direct impact on the Library and represents a unique and lasting contribution to the Library's excellence. Your gifts are critical to the development of excellence and the support of academic achievement at UCCS.
This is a $50,000 Endowment Opportunity or you could donate a minimum of $1,000 for a one semester assistantship.
This assistantship provides a student with an opportunity to serve as assistant manager for the Library's online journal, Undergraduate Research Journal at UCCS. This position would receive a stipend for $1,000 per semester.
This is a $50,000 Endowment Opportunity or could donate a minimum of $1,000 for a one semester assistantship.
This assistantship provides a student an opportunity to work with University Archives Librarian to obtain, inventory, catalog, digitize, and make publicly available a wide variety of materials related to UCCS. This position would receive a stipend for $1,000 per semester.
Assist in improving security and storage conditions in the UCCS Archives. In addition, this will aid in reconfiguring workspace and create storage space for researchers' belongings while using the Archives.
With each $50.00 donation, a bookplate with an inscription will be put into a new book in the subject area of your choice. By participating in Add-a-Book, you may recognize yourself, honor another person or celebrate meaningful events in someone's life while simultaneously supporting the Library. Please provide the specific recognition information with your check. Contact Rhonda Glazier at email@example.com or 719-255-3291 for information.
Gifts of ongoing journal or periodical subscriptions are also welcome. The Library requests that gifts for subscriptions include sufficient funding for a minimum subscription of three years. Contact Rhonda Glazier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-255-3291 for information.
Your donation can also be directed to a naming opportunity within the Kraemer Family Library in the El Pomar Center. Opportunities range from naming a Study Chair for $120 to naming the Library's Instruction Room 237 or one of the two large Reading Rooms for $250,000. Contact Martin Garnar at email@example.com or 719-255-3115 for information.
Cash contributions may be made through currency, check, or credit card and are tax deductible. Checks should be issued to "University of Colorado Foundation - Kraemer Library" and mailed to Martin Garnar, Kraemer Family Library, UCCS, 1420 Austin Bluff Pkwy, Colorado Springs, CO 80918. Credit card donations may be made online through the CU Foundation.
You may multiply your contribution if your employer matches your donation. Consult your employer to determine if matching gift options are available.
University employees may choose to give to the Library through payroll deduction. Please see the Giving to CU's Faculty and Staff page for the correct form and remember to designate Kraemer Library as the recipient.
Gifts such as books, journals, media or historic materials are significant to the development of the Library. Over the years these donations have helped to develop the size, depth and diversity of the collection. Currently, the Library is not accepting gift materials so that we can focus on processing previous donations, but will announce when donations will once again be accepted. Please contact Joan Carlo at 719-255-3293 with any questions.
Income earning endowments provide an ongoing contribution to the improvement of the Library. Endowments may be established with gifts of $25,000 or more. Contact Diane Dickerson at Diane.Dickerson@uccs.edu for information.
If you wish to explore the option of including a gift to the Library as part of your estate planning, see the Plan Your Legacy website.