Giving to the Library
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The UCLA Library consists of 10 libraries located around the campus as well as other campus collections that are independently managed by UCLA departments. Our collection of over 12 million print and electronic volumes includes a broad array of resources as well as one of the most highly used collections in the world.
Consisting of illuminated medieval manuscripts to electronic scientific journals, from rare Audubon prints to the Los Angeles Times photo archives, from the papers of Nobel Peace Prize winner Ralph Bunche and Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley to architectural drawings of Richard Neutra and Lloyd Wright, the UCLA Library's collections place the institution among the top ten academic research libraries in North America.
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Since its founding in 1919, UCLA has proven to be among the world’s top research universities and a place of continued academic excellence. As we approach our centennial, we have launched a historic campaign that will allow us to build a better tomorrow. Over the course of the next five years, the Centennial Campaign for UCLA rallies toward a goal of raising $4.2 billion, through private support to help us transform the educational experience.
To read more information about the Centennial Campaign, click here.
Library Campaign Committee Members:
- May Chong
- Fereshteh Diba
- Ken Karmiole
- Bea Mandel
- Patsy Sung
- Robert Sung