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As UCLA prepares for in-person learning this fall, UCLA Library has resumed onsite services in most Library locations. This renewed focus on onsite services has resulted in the deactivation of most temporary remote services—including ETAS, PETDOR and Page and Pickup—and seat reservations for study spaces are no longer required. Read our Fall 2021 FAQ.
A valid BruinCard and face mask worn over the nose and mouth is required to enter all UCLA libraries. UCLA’s current COVID-19 protocols require all individuals—whether fully vaccinated or not—to wear a face covering indoors in all campus buildings. Examples of acceptable face masks are two-ply woven fabric masks or face coverings, surgical masks, non-woven KN95 masks and N95 respirators. Scarves, Balaclavas/ski masks, single-layer fabric masks, neck gaiters, bandanas, and turtleneck collars are unacceptable.
AN ACTIVE BRUINCARD AND FACE MASK ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO OPEN LIBRARY LOCATIONS.
About the Library
The UCLA Music Library provides access to one of the largest academic music collections in North America and is the largest and oldest major music library on the West Coast of the United States. With access to over 400,000 physical items, the resources for music research, performance, and study span all genres of music from ancient times to today. The Music Library one of the most used UCLA Library spaces and collections, with over 100,000 visitors and over 35,000 items checked out each year. It supports music study and performance at UCLA, the Herb Alpert School of Music, and throughout Southern California.