From our expansive medical complex, to more than 290 research centers, to libraries, museums, film and music archives, and art galleries, UCLA provides horizon-broadening, humanity-serving resources not only to its students but to every citizen of California — all 38 million of them.

The 10 libraries on our campus feature study halls, research pods, reading lounges, and more — often serving as second homes to our students.

For every discipline, there is a gold mine of written resources at UCLA. Our libraries have collections and research tools ranging across every academic field, whether your focus is East Asian studies or ethnomusicology, cuneiform or folk medicine, biomedical engineering or art history.

Whatever the question, UCLA libraries have the answers.

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Museums

The celebration of culture and diversity is at the heart of UCLA. And it is apparent in our museums. From Hokusai's iconic "Great Wave" to the distinguished Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden and the Hammer Video Library, the Hammer Museum showcases the diversity of artistic expression throughout history. The Fowler Museum exhibits works from around the world, with an emphasis on Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas — past and present.

Together, they act as a gateway for the entire state of California to benefit from the riches of the UCLA community.

Film & Television Archive

105 Academy Awards. 278 Emmys. 79 Golden Globes. 16 Tonys. 62 Film Independent Spirit Awards.

This is the caliber of storytellers, performers and designers that have used the resources of the UCLA Film & Television Archive. It's the second largest moving image archive in the United States and the world's largest university-based media archive, with more than 220,000 film and television titles and 27 million feet of newsreel footage.

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UCLA International Institute

UCLA operates with a global approach.

And because international experience is integral to a world-class education, the UCLA International Institute is positioned to foster global perspectives. Featuring 18 multidisciplinary centers that offer public events and lecture series, the institute brings dignitaries, politicians, scholars, artists and activists to campus. The work of hundreds of award-winning UCLA faculty members affiliated with the institute informs news coverage and policy around the world, making UCLA a key player and authority in international teaching and research on global issues.

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UCLA Institute of American Cultures

Just as UCLA celebrates diversity across campus, its Institute of American Cultures fosters ethnic studies scholarship and research. The institute is a collaborative initiative among the four ethnic studies centers on campus—the American Indian Studies Center, the Asian American Studies Center, the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies and the Chicano Studies Research Center.

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Medical Centers

Our campus is home to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which ranks in the top five nationally and has been named the No. 1 hospital in the western United States for 23 consecutive years. We also have the top-rated UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, the renowned Resnick Neuropyschiatric Hospital and Mattel Children's Hospital, continuing to hold our place at the forefront of medicine worldwide.