LIBRARY SYSTEM GIVING PRIORITIES

giving priorities
giving priorities
giving priorities

ADMINISTRATION:

Library’s Greatest Need

Provides support at the Dean’s discretion to support library’s greatest internal need to support library staff and faculty in their service mission to the university.

Library Student Internships

Provides support for student internships to help nurture experiential learning for students.

Francis Williams Endowed Scholarship for Student Employees

Provides scholarship support for library student employees. Primary preference for those declared major in History. Secondary preference is for those with a declared major within the Creative Media Institute. Has a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Elizabeth A. McKenney Titus and Robert Jay Titus Endowed Scholarship for Student Employees

Provides scholarship support for library student employee who have been employed for at least two semester prior to the award and has a minimum GPA of 2.75 and sophomore or higher.

ARCHIVE AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS:

Rio Grande Historical Collections general fund (901365)

Provides support for the Rio Grande Historical Collections to acquire and preserve unique archives, manuscripts, family papers, and historical records, and to enhance programming and outreach efforts related to the collections.

J. Paul Taylor collection

Provides support for the organization, preservation and accessibility of the papers of J. Paul Taylor, long-time Mesilla Valley educator and New Mexico legislator. Also supports student employees who assist with processing Mr. Taylor’s papers.

Sen. Pete V. Domenici papers

Supports the processing, preservation, and promotion of the more than 2,000 linear feet of U.S. Senator Pete V. Domenici’s political papers, including supplies, student labor, outreach, access, and use.

Aggie Sports Archive

Supports the preservation of archives documenting the history of athletics at New Mexico State University, including media guides, game programs, statistics, press clippings, photographs, films, and more.