Businesses and corporations can support the FAU Friends organization by joining the FAU Libraries' Corporate Friends group.
Corporate donors who give at the following levels will receive these services:
The FAU Libraries are particularly strong in such subject areas as taxation, accounting, small business administration, international business, economics, and business computer systems. Other notable collections include Floridiana, Judaica, women's studies, and ocean engineering.
The S.E. Wimberly Library, on the Boca Raton campus, is a heavily-used facility that holds approximately 2.5 million items, including books, periodicals, government documents, microforms, maps, media and other educational tools. Along with the rich academic collection, you will find unique special collections in book arts, American Revolutionary War and Civil War documents, print and recorded music, rare books and manuscripts and archival materials. The library also provides a wealth of electronic resources, Internet access computers, a Media center, computer labs, group study rooms, and services for students with disabilities. FAU Libraries serve a diverse community with multifaceted creative programming that encourages student involvement. The Libraries also make available a wide range of automated services through the provision of online searching of commercial databases and in-library access to compact disk reference tools.
To take advantage of FAU Libraries' collections and services, become a Corporate Friend. Download the Friends of the Library membership form and send it with payment to:
Make checks payable to FAU Foundation and designated for "FAU Libraries' Corporate Friends." Membership is deductible to the extent allowable by the current tax law.
For more information, contact: Carol Hixson, Dean of University Libraries, at email@example.com.
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