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The Ira A. and Mary Lou Fulton Library

Shaping the Future of Lifelong Learning

The Ira A. and Mary Lou Fulton Library supports UVU student success and fosters learning by providing access to the expanding body of information. As UVU has grown, demand for limited resources across campus is at an all-time high. To serve the University’s expanding student population and to accelerate its ability to assist future students, UVU’s Fulton Library invites philanthropic support and community partnerships.

Your gifts and involvement to support these efforts make a tremendous difference, and we thank you for your desire to help shape the future of academic success and lifelong learning!

The three goals of UVU’s Fulton Library are:

  1. Elevate services in the quest for knowledge by hiring additional library staff, peer writing support, and research tutors; increasing services to students at satellite branches and/or taking online courses; and integrating Roots of Knowledge into UVU’s culture.
  2. Ensure access to an ever-expanding knowledge base by acquiring and maintaining technology, anticipating and responding to University demand for informational access, and enhancing the Roots of Knowledge experience for visitors (e.g., booklets, apps, web content, support technology, and K-12 lesson plans)
  3. Create an environment to encourage reflection, study, and discovery by encouraging a service-oriented culture to enhance user experience through hiring hourly-paid student workers and enhancing Roots of Knowledge experience with educational technology and learning opportunities.

By sharing your means with Utah Valley University’s Fulton Library, or any of its other educational programs, you will enrich the lives of students and faculty who, in turn, will lift others.