Alliant Library

The collections of the Alliant Library are represented in the University's online library catalog and total over 140,000 physical volumes, 300 current print journal subscriptions, and 1,500 videos. The Alliant Library shares access to online resources, including 50 research databases, full-text content from over 16,000 journals, and 70,000 e-books. Resources that are not available on-site may be requested from other Alliant locations via the shared online catalog or from LINK+, a network of California and Nevada libraries, with over thirty million titles. 

In each Alliant library location, computers are available to access the Internet, electronic books and journals, and online research databases, such as PsycINFO, Lexis-Nexis, OCLC FirstSearch, Digital Dissertations, Social Science Citation Index, Medline, ERIC, and Criminal Justice Periodical Index. Most of these online resources may also be accessed from home or office. The Alliant Library is also open to the public. 

An accomplished staff of librarians and support personnel provide services across the University and to distance learners.  Services include reference, bibliographic research consultation, information literacy instruction, interlibrary loan, document delivery, and course reserves. 

Alliant Campus Libraries

 

San Diego - Walter Library

The Walter Library is open to the public for research purposes. Visiting patrons have access to the book and journal collections and online databases for on-site use only. Patrons with a Friends of Jung or Alumni card may also check out circulating books.

Fresno - Kauffman Library

The Fresno Library supports Alliant student and faculty information needs. It is open to local students and mental health professionals for on-site use of books, journals and online databases. 

Irvine Library

The library at the Irvine campus gives patrons access to the entire Alliant Library circulating collection along with online resources and a test collection. 

Los Angeles Library

The library is open to the public for research purposes, though there are no borrowing privileges. Visiting patrons have access to the book and journal collection, as well as online databases, for on-site use. 

Sacramento Library

The Sacramento library collections are solely for student and faculty use. There is currently no public access. 

San Francisco - Hurwich Library

The library is open to the public for research purposes, though there are no borrowing privileges. Visiting patrons have access to the book and journal collection, as well as online databases, for on-site use.

Daniel and Bethel Burbank Law Library

San Francisco Law School maintains a working library that is available to students Monday through Saturday during class and office hours. The collection includes current California, Federal, and Supreme Court cases, Regional Reporters, Statutes, Encyclopedias, specialized Treatises, Digests, Law Reviews, Periodicals and other legal reference material. The library has on-line access to Lexis database resources and the Internet.