The UCLan Library building provides comfortable, flexible study spaces and offers a wealth of excellent learning resources, extensive collections of information sources and expert help and support from Library staff.
The Library has a dedicated training team who provide support and training for students. Their aim is to help you make the most of the Library and IT facilities throughout your studies, and to make sure you're working effectively and efficiently - whether you need to find books and journals for an assignment, or need help with formatting your dissertation.
You access the library using your UCLan card, and the building is usually open 24 hours a day in term-time. Find out how many people are in the library using our new live data-app!
Distance Learning Services
Fines & How to Avoid them
Library Code of Conduct
Visitors & Externals
As well as access to thousands of books, audio-visual materials and journals, there are around 700 computers (including Apple Macs) in the Library, as well as photocopiers, printers and scanners.
Ask Your Librarian - advice and guidance on finding books, referencing and much more
Computers, Photocopiers, Printers, Scanners
Library Drop In Zone
Study Spaces - how to book a study space
UCLan Print Services
Use the Library Search to search for books and journals.
The resources available include books and journals on the library shelves, in addition to our Eresources (including Ebooks and Ejournals). The Subject A - Z allows you to find resources by your specific area of study, from Accounting to Web Design.
Using other libraries (including Sconul Access)
Requesting items from other libraries
UCLan Reading Lists
Search by Subject
Services for Researchers
The Student Information and Support Centre is your dedicated support hub for advice and guidance in all aspects of life at UCLan. Located on the bottom floor of the library, the friendly and professional support staff can provide information on all support services available at the university.
At UCLan we ensure the best IT facilities are provided in conjunction with expert help and advice if needed. Have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.
UCLan provides free Internet access around the campus, via our UCLan Wireless service. You can also connect to the eduroam service on our campus and many others around the UK and Europe.
Find out more about resetting your UCLan password, using remote access (Citrix) and the many applications available to install on the campus networked computers.