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Visit the Library
- The UCLA Library and its collections are open to the general public.
- See Library Cards and Services for the General Public for specific services.
- Special access restrictions apply to the Law Library and specific portions of other libraries.
- Access is restricted to the UCLA community in Night Powell and other 24-hour study spaces.
- Please see the Visit UCLA page for directions to campus, information on parking, and other general information for campus visitors.
Access UCLA Collections without Visiting
- Off-campus access to online collections is only available to current UCLA students, faculty, and staff. Other users must physically visit UCLA to use them.
Remote access to print and microform collections may be available in a number of ways:
- Interlibrary loan: Your local library can borrow UCLA materials and loan them to you. Check with your local library for interlibrary loan service availability, procedures, and costs.
- UCLA Document Delivery: A cost-recovery service which will scan journal articles and mail them to you. (The Library cannot provide scanned copies of entire books or journals.)
- Special Collections materials: See Access to Special Collections Materials for all requests concerning collections in Library Special Collections.