For Students:

We offer reference assistance and training in how to locate information and use online and printed resources. We offer training on a walk-in basis and by appointment.

For Instructors:

We are available for classroom presentations on Chicano history and culture. We also offer research assistance. To make an appointment, please email Rebecca Epstein, Communications & Academic Programs Officer, at

For Libraries:

We offer consultations to libraries wishing to create or strengthen their collections in the area of Chicano studies. Please call or email in advance.

For Community Groups:

Groups are welcome to visit the library. Please call or email in advance.

Fee-Based Research:

We conduct information searches for production companies, independent researchers, and other information users for $25 per hour. One hour minimum.

For Meetings, Classes, or Events:

Our recently renovated library is available for lectures, film showings, and other gatherings. The room holds fifty people comfortably, and remains open to researchers during scheduled events. Please contact CSRC Communications & Academic Programs Officer Rebecca Epstein ( to reserve the library for your use. Consistent with UCLA Library policy to protect and preserve collections, CSRC staff must be present during any event. For this reason, we are rarely able to accomodate events after library hours.