On March 5, Lehigh will hold its 3rd annual Giving Day, inviting every member of the Lehigh community to make a gift in support of our students, colleges, and everything that makes South Mountain great.
Library and Technology Services is participating in the university event to help showcase and support the work we do for our students and faculty.
Why Libraries and Technology Services need your support:
In 2019, we saw over 800,000 visits to the libraries. We have partnered with hundreds of faculty on innovative teaching and research projects and engaged thousands of students through consultations on research, writing, scholarship, and technology.
How you can help:
Our focus for Giving Day is to support LTS student experiential learning, one of our four GO! Campaign priorities. LTS student experiential learning includes opportunities in our TRAC (Technology, Research and Communication) Writing Fellows program, STARS (Student Technology & Repair Services), Special Collections, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), Student Library Advisory Board, Communications & Graphic Design, Information Security, Computing Consulting, Digital Scholarship, and at our Library Circulation, Digital Media Studio, and Help Desks. Read more about these opportunities and success here.
With this end in mind, we hope to get as many people in the Lehigh community to participate.
Even small gifts, when made together, can make a big impact.
What else can your gift do? When the university meets its donor challenge of 500 unique donors, Lehigh will unlock a pizza delivery to students studying in Linderman and Fairchild-Martindale Libraries.
How does Giving Day work?
To make a gift to LTS, visit our giving page after 12:00 a.m. on March 5, 2020, when the Lehigh Giving Day begins. LTS hopes to raise $5,000 in just 24 hours. The university’s goal is to exceed last year’s total donors (1,500+) in 24 hours.
And, new this year: Make the impact of your gift go further by becoming a Fundraising Champion.
I believe in the importance of what we do in LTS, the home of research, teaching, and learning at Lehigh. I hope you’ll join me in making a gift, spreading the word, and sharing your Lehigh pride.
Greg Reihman, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services