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Reciprocal Borrowing Privileges for Faculty

Academic Research Libraries in OCLC

Pepperdine Libraries are part of OCLC's Academic Research Libraries group.
Pepperdine faculty may borrow materials from these member libraries. If you wish to visit one of these libraries and check out books, please email Sally Bryant.

SCELC - Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium

This consortium provides reciprocal borrowing privileges for member faculty.
Loyola Marymount University, University of Southern California, Occidental College, Claremont Colleges, Biola University, and California Lutheran University are just a few of the libraries participating in the SCELC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program.

Email Sally Bryant to secure a SCELC Reciprocal Borrowing Authorization form.


Pepperdine faculty may obtain free library cards for use at UCLA Libraries by taking a valid driver's license (with photo) and a Pepperdine ID card to the circulation desk at one of the following UCLA Libraries: Arts, Louise M. Darling Biomedical, College, Hugh and Hazel Darling Law, Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld Management, Music, Charles E. Young Research, and Science and Engineering (all locations) libraries. You will be issued a library card that allows you to check out books. Card issuance hours may vary.