SEL Tip of the Week: Library Access After Graduation

Congratulations to all of our graduating Bruins! 

Wondering what happens to your library access after graduation?

Off-campus access to online resources such as article databases is restricted to current students, faculty, and staff. Once your status is updated with the Registrar’s Office you will only be able to access these resources from an on-campus computer, such as a public computer terminal in one of our libraries.

If you become a member of the UCLA Alumni Association, you will have access to the UCLA and UC Library systems. Your library access extends to all 10 UC campuses.  Present your alumni association membership card at a UCLA Library circulation desk and you’ll be given a free library card.  This card will allow you to borrow up to five books with one renewal for each book.  Your membership will also give you access to the ProQuest Research Library. Read more…

Access-only library cards are also available but do not entitle the bearer to borrowing privileges.

Questions? Ask us!

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