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Yes, books checked out from the Parnassus Library can be returned to the Mission Bay Library.
Yes, you may use Book Delivery service to have a book or bound journal sent from the Parnassus Library to the Mission Bay Library.
When requesting a book from beyond UCSF (interlibrary loan,) you can choose Mission Bay as your pick-up location. Library staff will notify you once the book has arrived at Mission Bay.
The Mission Bay Library does not accept payments. All in-person payments must be made at the Parnassus Campus Library.
Yes, the Mission Bay Library can accommodate reserve materials. When putting materials on reserve, the Library encourages faculty to place the materials on electronic reserve, which makes the material more easily accessible to students.
Yes, printing is available.
Yes, the Mission Bay Library has a copier that uses copy cards purchased at the Parnassus Library. Value cannot be added at Mission Bay.
USB flash drives can be used on the UCSF-only computers in the Computer Lab & Classroom. You may also burn a CD or temporarily save to the desktop, so you can email files. Public workstations do not offer flash drive or CD capabilities.
Yes, wireless internet is available to both UCSF affiliates and the public.
Technology lending is only available at the Parnassus Library.
Yes, the Mission Bay Library features a Computer Lab & Classroom with Macintosh computers and an instructor's workstation. When it is not being used as a classroom, the lab is open for general computing to UCSF students, faculty, and staff.
The Library is currently teaching classes at Mission Bay by request. Please contact us if you'd like to schedule a class.
Information assistance is available during most staffed hours at the Mission Bay Library. More extensive reference service is available at Parnassus.
There are no rooms available for group use. View a list of alternate study spaces on the Mission Bay and Parnassus campuses.
It's an acronym for the Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute (FAMRI) whose Board of Trustees were honored for their generous contributions to several important UCSF programs, including the MissionBay Library.