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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
UCB students, faculty, and staff may borrow framed, original lithographs, etchings, and woodblock prints. Up to 2 prints may be borrowed per academic year. Students get first choice. Sign ups for the year are available now.
Collection of Western classical music including classical music, jazz, world, folk and Chinese music. Includes notes and biographical information on composers and artists.
A collection of Western classical music including the complete Naxos and Marco Polo catalogs of over 170,000 tracks. Includes classical music, jazz, world, folk and Chinese music. Includes notes and biographical information on composers and artists.
Provides an expanding, mixed selection of streamed recordings by artists from jazz legends to contemporary jazz on hundreds of labels, including Blue Note Records, Warner, EMI, and Fantasy. (Naxos Fantasy Jazz)
Offers close to 20,000 tracks of jazz from 1,900 albums. Over 500 jazz artist are represented.
Partnership between public libraries and cultural attractions that provide California public library cardholders free or discounted tickets to local attractions (e.g., California Academy of Sciences, Exploratorium, de Young Museum, Oakland Zoo).
UHS Eating Disorders Team can help. To schedule an appointment, students should call the UHS clinic desk at (510) 643-7110. For questions or consultation, please call Social Services at (510) 642-6074.
A circulating collection of newly published popular fiction and non-fiction, as well as audiobooks, travel books, newly published poetry books, and subscriptions to several popular magazines and a few daily newspapers.
Peer program to help students navigate their personal finances including basic money management skills like creating a budget, managing debt and student loans, and understanding credit. An online personal finance tool called iGrad is available now to all students.