Gain Access to UCI Libraries
During the time you are enrolled in a UCI Division of Continuing Education course, you may use a UCI Library. Please contact the Student Affairs & Student Services office at email@example.com to request the Patron Library Card Application.
The Science Library is one of the largest consolidated science, technology, and medicine libraries in the nation. It contains the collections and services that support research and teaching in the schools of Biological Sciences, Engineering, Information and Computer Science, Physical Sciences, portions of Social Ecology, and Medicine. Public computers are available for viewing online information and research. Printing is available using a library copy card. There is a scanner near the Science Library’s reference desk.
The Multimedia Resource Center (MRC) is located on the first floor of the Science Library. The MRC is the UCI Libraries' primary collection of audiovisual and computing materials, including Blu-rays, DVDs, films, videocassettes, streamed video, DVD-ROMs and CD-ROMs.
Grunigen Medical Library
Grunigen Medical Library (GML) is located at the UCI Medical Center in Orange and contains the university’s primary clinical medicine collection of more than 80,000 book and journal volumes. GML offers state-of-the-art computing, multimedia, and videoconferencing equipment, facilities, and services. GML maintains a technology-enhanced classroom and conference room for meetings, videoconferences, multimedia presentation, and instruction. A laptop and an iPad loan service is also available to UCI faculty, staff, and students with valid library card.
Langson Library contains the collections and services that support research and teaching in the Arts, Humanities, Education, Social Sciences, Social Ecology, and Business & Management. Helpful librarians and staff members are available at the Ask Us and Check Out desks, located on the second floor. Public computers are available for online research. Printing is available using a library copy card. There is a scanner available on the first and second floors of the library.