Answered By: Adam Sexton
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2017     Views: 148

Faculty at both USC and UCLA have mutual borrowing privileges because of our membership in the national library consortium called OCLC. If you are a UCLA faculty member you will need to get an OCLC form from Young Research Library and bring it to USC's Doheny Library in order to receive your borrowing privileges. For USC faculty, come to Doheny Library to get the OCLC form and then bring it to Young Research Library at UCLA to receive your borrowing privileges

Unfortunately, USC students do not have free borrowing privileges at UCLA (and vice versa). Please check UCLA's website for services available to the general public:  UCLA General Public Access.


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