UCLA Library will resume onsite services at most of its library locations on Monday, Sept. 13, and will steadily ramp up normal operations for the start of the fall term. Read the full message and visit UCLA Library’s Fall 2021 Opening FAQ page for more details.

The following libraries, centers and service points will be accessible from Sept. 13 on to valid BruinCard holders only; library facilities remain closed to the general public. All campus health and safety protocols will be in effect at these locations, including vaccination and masking rules.

The following library locations will be closed due to construction but UCLA Library will be available to provide assistance with materials:

UCLA Library staff are available for remote and in-person instructional support for classes and instructors; please submit an instruction request or email Staff are also available to provide remote research help.

Temporary remote services ending

The renewed focus on in-person services will result in the deactivation of most temporary services developed to support remote research and learning during the pandemic, including:

For more information, see the UCLA Library FAQ. Any additional question can be directed to

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