280 Charles E. Young Drive North, Los Angeles 90095
The Library Conference Center, located on the first floor of the Charles E. Young Research Library, offers multiple spaces in which to hold conferences, symposia, workshops, presentations, meetings, and lectures.
The conference rooms are available to UCLA academic departments, centers, institutes, and other recognized campus organizations. Reservations for student groups must be made through an academic department with sponsorship from a staff or faculty advisor.
The Library does not charge a fee to reserve the conference rooms, but recharge information will be requested in advance to cover any damage, loss, or additional cleaning needed resulting from use of the rooms. All set-up, clean-up, strike, and operation of audio-visual equipment are the responsibilities of the event organizer. The Library will provide an equipment overview, and requires all organizers to schedule a walk-through before the date of their event.
All requests are subject to approval, based on date availability and suitability for the Library. All room reservations must fall within normal building hours. Additionally, all reservations require registration through the campus Events Online (EOL) system.
The Main Conference Room (room 11360) is a large space which can be easily adapted for smaller groups or accommodate as many as 160 for larger events. Use of the Main Conference Room requires a Library sponsor and completion of a room application, separate from the mandatory EOL.
The Presentation Room (room 11348) is a mid-sized conference room which can support classroom, theater, or conference-style seating.
The Executive Conference Room (room 11348A) is an intimate space ideal for small meetings or discussions.
The Green Room/Parlour (room 11348B)
The West Classroom is a second floor space well suited for workshops, meetings, and instruction.
For information about reserving and using the Library Conference Center or West Classroom, please contact Suzy Lee, Manager of Library Public Programs, the appropriate subject librarian, or another Library staff sponsor as far in advance of the proposed date as possible. All requests are based on availability, suitability for the Library, and require final approval.