Collection Development

Gifts to the Library

Hannon Library encourages the tradition of giving that has contributed to the quality of education at Southern Oregon University.

For information on how you can make a gift of materials or money to support the information and study needs of our students, faculty and community, please contact

Mary Jane Cedar Face 

Collection Development Librarian 
Office:  Library, Room 229D
Phone:  541/552-6836
Southern Oregon University Email:  cedarface@sou.edu
Ashland, Oregon  97520

Gift Processing

Materials are added to the Library collection based on criteria in the Hannon Library Collection Development Policy.  Materials not selected for addition to the collection may be donated to other institutions, sold, recycled, discarded or otherwise disposed.  Proceeds from sales of unwanted materials are used to benefit the Library.

Acknowledgment

Each gift of materials or money to the Hannon Library is acknowledged.  Acknowledgments typically include the date of receipt and a brief description of the gift.  In addition, the University Foundation is notified of all donations to the Library.

Donor Recognition

Gifts are identified by inserting bookplates inscribed with the donor's name upon request.

Tax Information & Appraisals

The Library cannot provide financial evaluation of the gifts it accepts, nor can it offer tax advice.  Donors are encouraged to consult a legal, accounting or professional advisor for tax and/or appraisal information.

Amazon Wish List

Donor can select and purchase a book from Hannon Library's Amazon wish list. Books on the list have been requested by librarians to support academic programs at SOU. Each book purchased this way is shipped to Hannon Library Acquisitions.

Friends of the Library

The Friends of Hannon Library is a volunteer organization that purchases materials to improve the Library's collection.  The FHL holds regular meetings and host programs of interest.  Contact Hannon Library's Administrative Assistant at (541)552-6835 with any questions.

 

 

 

 

Direct inquiries about this page to Mary Jane Cedar Face, cedarface@sou.edu.