Baylor Book Society & Library Endowed Book Fund
The University Libraries are committed to supporting new areas of research and scholarship through a robust endowed fund for the acquisition of new research materials. Currently, the Library Endowed Book Fund holds just short of $400,000. The University Libraries have set a goal of a $1 million balance to help support Baylor's research aspirations.
Donors to the Library Endowed Book Fund automatically become Library Fellows and members of the Baylor Book Society by giving $1,000 or more annually through their support of this project. Learn more about the benefits of being a Library Fellow here.
Your gift to the Library Endowed Book Fund, in any amount, goes toward the purchase of materials that support the broad range of research being conducted by Baylor faculty and students. In particular, your gift will support materials for research in burgeoning fields like data science, health, materials science, and Latin American studies, all of which are areas highlighted in "Illuminate," Baylor's strategic plan.
Suggested Giving Levels
Gifts to the Library Endowed Book Fund will be used to acquire materials that support research across all of Baylor's academic endeavors.
$30 - $50 gift
Support our print monographs collection
The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
$200 - $250 gift
Nineteenth-Century Chamber Music by Stephen Hefling
$400 - $500 gift
Titles for the Baylor Book Arts Collection
Holding Up the Roof: Art, Design and Poetry by Mari Eckstein Gower
$1,000 - $1,200 gift
Rare Materials for Our Special Collections
The Twenty Fourth Infantry, Past and Present by William G. Muller
Annual Subscription to Subject Specific Electronic Resources
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae: A Digital Library of Greek Literature
Annual Subscriptions to Specialized Online Resources in the Hard Sciences
IEEE XPlore Digital Library
Other Opportunities for Book Purchases
To support a specific category of material, please visit the Research Libraries, Institutes and Centers page to explore additional giving opportunities.