Friends of the Libraries

The Friends of the Libraries is a membership organization committed to enhancing the resources of the Libraries for the benefit of students, faculty and the community. Since 1987 support from the Friends has enriched the Libraries’ collections and services that are critical to teaching, research, and learning at UTA. 

Membership Levels

Membership benefits include invitations to events and road trips, as well as cardholder privileges in the Libraries. Membership levels are suitable for students, individuals, couples, and those who wish to make an annual leadership gift to the University.     

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Friends of the UTA Libraries Events

The Friends of the UTA Libraries host a regular series of events, featuring authors, artists, and more.

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History of the Friends

In this article, Gerald Saxon, Associate Professor of History and former Dean of UTA Libraries, provides a brief history of the creation of the Friends of the Libraries organization.

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