Borrowing Books and Equipment
- help UCLA Library holds a vast collection of physical items accessible to both UCLA and non-UCLA users, ranging from books to laptops.
- help The UCLA Library lends laptops and other technology equipment to the UCLA community.
- help Looking to access course reserves for your class? Here's where to find them.
- help Our interlibrary loan (ILL) service enables Bruins to obtain materials not physically available in UCLA libraries.
- help Requests for items stored in the SRLF — which houses a variety of materials from multiple UC campuses — can be made both in person and online.
- help Users who wish to obtain a scan from UCLA Library collection can utilize our document delivery service.
Access and Privileges
- help Looking to access UCLA Library's vast collections? Library cards are available to patrons both affiliated with and unaffiliated with the UC.
- help Check out our options for self-service printing, scanning and copying of materials in campus libraries.
- help Learn how to pay fines and fees from both the UCLA Library and other UC libraries.
- help Library staff members work to ensure that all materials, programs and services are accessible to users with disabilities.
- help Learn about how to visit and access our spaces, collections and world-class resources.
- about These Library policies and procedures provide guidance for conduct, borrowing, copyright and more.
Computers and Computing Services
- help Learn how to use a VPN or proxy server to access UCLA Library resources from off-campus.
- help Learn how to connect to Wi-Fi in UCLA Library buildings and the rest of campus.
- help Bruins with an internet connection can access our virtual Windows desktops, loaded with a plethora of software and programs.
- help With 3D printers and laser cutters, the Lux Lab serves as a hub for emerging technology at UCLA.
Library Spaces and Facilities
- default Reserve a study room or collaboration pod for group work.
- help Learn about the YRL day-use and quarter locker rental options.
- help Find out more about how faculty can reserve carrels on floors 3-5 of YRL.
- help One of the main research hubs on campus, the Charles E. Young Research Library offers multiple spaces to hold conferences, symposia, workshops and other programs.
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