Library Closure December 21 - January 1
UCLA Library facilities will be closed from Saturday, December 21, 2013, through Wednesday, January 1, 2014, as part of the campuswide Winter Holiday Closure.
The online hours webpage is being updated to reflect hours for all campus libraries before the holiday closure.
The libraries will reopen and a full schedule of operations will resume on Thursday, January 2.
Requests submitted online for services will be processed as follows:
|Online Service||Date Request Submitted||Date Request Processed|
|Document delivery request or inquiry||December 21 - January 1||Beginning January 2|
|Recall||December 21 - January 1||Beginning January 2|
|Renewal||December 21 - January 1||Immediately|
|SRLF Request||December 21 - January 1||Beginning January 2|
Please note that although items can be renewed online at any time, the due dates of all items have been changed so that none will be due during the closure dates. Telephone and email renewal services will be unavailable during the closure.
Due dates have been changed so that no items will be due during the closure period. However, if you would like to return items between December 21 and January 1, universal return locations are accessible from the exteriors of the following libraries:
- Biomedical Library
- Law Library
- Management Library
- Music Library
- Powell Library Building (College Library)
- Research Library
Reference assistance by email or by telephone will be unavailable between December 21 and January 1. UCLA students, faculty, and staff who send email inquiries or leave telephone messages during the closure period will receive replies starting on January 2; queries will be answered in the order in which they were received.
Other Library Services
Interlibrary Loan: Interlibrary loan requests submitted between December 21 and January 1 may not be processed until January 2.
Other Online Resources
The following online resources will be available for remote access. Note: users must access resources restricted to UCLA or UC students, faculty, and staff through the campus network, Bruin OnLine (BOL), or the BOL proxy server.