Access & Privileges
UCLA encourages the use of the UCLA Library site and other UCLA sites as a way to share information and knowledge in support of the university's mission of education, research, and public service. These sites are owned by the Regents of the University of California and operated by UCLA. While most sites are publicly accessible, certain services and information offered online may be restricted to specific users or segments of the UCLA population.
The UCLA BruinCard is the library card for all UCLA students, staff and faculty. Information for other types of library cards, including proxy cards, and cards for members outside of the UC Community is available in this section.
The Library is committed to creating and maintaining a safe, respectful and productive environment conducive to thought, research, and study for the members of the academic community.
Planning to visit the UCLA Library? This section includes information for directions, parking, and other general information for visitors and members of the general public.
What you need to know if you are borrowing books from the UCLA Library.
The UCLA Library is committed to providing accessibility to library materials, programs, and services to all users.
Many types of study spaces are available within the different libraries on campus. Whether you are interested in finding a quiet area for solitary study, a group study room for collaborative research, or technology spaces in order to prepare for a presentation, the UCLA Library has a suitable space for you.
The UCLA Library provides printers, copiers, and scanners for patron use throughout the various library buildings.