PilotsGive 2023 | University of Portland

PilotsGive 2023

Thank you for your support during PilotsGive!

Your generosity helped us win second place in the Student Experience Challenge, boosting us to a grand total of over $8500 for purchasing new items for our incredibly popular technology loan program! And in case you missed PilotsGive, it's not too late to contribute.

Make your gift today!

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Expanding our technology loan program

The Clark Library is central to student academic life on campus, and this includes student access to technology tools. The Library is the only place on campus that loans laptops and other equipment to students, ensuring access to their online coursework and supporting their classroom success. PilotsGive donations will enable us to purchase new technology for this vital program - you can help students thrive by making sure they have the computing power they need!
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Personalize your donation with a bookplate
We will recognize PilotsGive gifts of $100 or more by adding a beautiful vintage bookplate to a newly purchased book in the subject area of your choice, in your name or the name of your honoree. After receiving your donation, we will contact you for details about your personalized bookplate.

If you have any questions about making a gift to the Clark Library, please contact us at 503.943.7775 or library@up.edu. Thank you for your generosity!

What students are saying about our technology loan program

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“The laptops are life savers – when my laptop crashed last year I was able to check out a laptop and continue to function normally and give presentations with it.”

“I love the ability to get stuff like headphones, chargers, or digital equipment here when I forget."

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"Resources like available equipment for borrowing, reserved space, and help from librarians are also extremely useful!”

“I think lending these things is really beneficial and a great service that the library offers.”