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          Recent Updates Fordham offices remain staffed and operating remotely. The University has released its plan, Fordham Forward, to resume in-person teaching and learning for the Fall semester. Full Details

          Gifts to the Library

          Due to the COVID-19 situation, we will not be able to accept gifts of books, recordings, or archival materials until further notice.

          The Fordham University Library collection has been developed to serve the needs of the students and faculty at a research institution. This collection extends beyond printed books to include video and sound recordings, archival collections, and digital resources in various formats for all subjects.

          The generosity of patrons and friends helps us build our collection. We especially welcome items that we don’t already own and that support our curricula.


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          Materials must be in good condition. Paperbacks and hardcovers that are falling apart, missing pages, or extensively marked up can not be accepted, nor can we accept books with mold or mildew. Individual issues or short runs of journals will not be accepted. DVDs and CDs will be accepted if they are in good condition; VHS and cassette tapes are not useful.

          The Library’s Special Collections and Archives have distinct criteria for materials, including items relating to Fordham’s history. Please contact Vivian Shen, Archives and Special Collections, at shen@fordham.edu for information on donating archival materials.

          Acknowledgement and Receipt

          The Library will acknowledge each gift which we accept with a letter of receipt. The receipt will include the number of items donated (or the approximate number in the case of large gifts); but it will not include an itemized inventory or a monetary value of the gift. By law, recipients are prohibited from appraising gifts. The donor must use an independent, third-party appraiser for this information. Tax forms and guidelines can be found at the Internal Revenue website:

          We are unable to pick up gifts, nor to reimburse shipping costs.

          Monetary Contributions

          Fordham University gratefully accepts monetary donations directed to the development of the library.

          Please contact Michael Wares, Assistant Director for Technical Services at wares@fordham.edu if you are interested in donating materials or financial support to the University Libraries.

          Please contact Linda LoSchiavo, Director of Libraries, at loschiavo@fordham.edu if you are interested in donating financial support to the University Libraries.

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