Established in 1987, the Southern Regional Library Facility (known as the SRLF) provides space for University of California library materials, archives and manuscript collections.

Utilizing high-density shelving, the collections are stored in a climate-controlled environment that is designed to preserve the collections over time.

Hours open to public:

Monday - Friday: 1 pm to 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Address:

305 De Neve Dr. Lot #17 UCLA
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1388

 

Phone:
310-206-2010
Fax:
310-206-5074
OCLC:
ZAS
E-mail:
srlf-request@library.ucla.edu 

 

News & Events

    • New HVAC Chiller Installed on SRLF

    Bigger, Better Chillers!

    Mar 15, 2017

    To kick off the new year at SRLF, UCLA facilities and ACCO embarked on a project (lasting a little more than a month) to replace the original chillers. The two machines ran continuously at the SRLF for 30 years to maintain the stacks at a crisp temperature between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Beginning in January, UCLA facilities and the air conditioning company ACCO tackled the removal of the two 139 ton chillers. Transportation, assembly, and installation of the two new chillers followed shortly after, with the project concluding late February. The replacement chillers each register at 160 tons of cooling output, they are expected to cool the building more efficiently, keep the SRLF stacks closer to 60 degrees, and last longer than the chillers of old.

    For anyone interested in a tour of the SRLF, call us at (310) 206-2010. Sweaters encouraged on tour!

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    New SRLF Public Website

    Jan 04, 2017

    We have launched our new website! The old website was a number of years old and some of the content was out of date or no longer relevant.

    This new updated website has been designed for mobile devices as well as the regular computer desktop.

    Please provide some feedback if you happen to notice a link or application not working, some missing content or any suggestions by using our feedback form:

    Thank you.