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


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




News & Events

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    SRLF 30th Anniversary 1987-2017

    Dec 13, 2017
    The Southern Regional Library is celebrating our 30th anniversary. Opening in 1987, the SRLF has been serving the University of California Libraries and UC campuses in storing and preserving library materials for the past 30 years.

    On September 28th, 2017, we held a special celebration event at the SRLF. Check out the 30th anniversary web site which includes photos from the event, the exhibits on display, a narrated video of the history of SRLF, the speeches from the event and information about our 30th anniversary.

    The exhibits that were on display at the SRLF 30th Anniversary event are now on display at the UCLA Young Research Library through December 19th. If you are over at YRL, check out the exhibits.
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    New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner Available for Public Use

    Jul 26, 2017
    SRLF has a new microfilm/microfiche digital scanner for public use. This scanner will scan microfilm, microfiche, film negatives & slides in black & white or in color for color film and slides.

    The new ViewScan microfilm scanner will scan and save images to USB drive, Email or print to any campus WEPA printer. The scanner is available for free public use during regular public operating hours, Monday - Friday. Simple tutorial for use is available within the ViewScan software.