Self-Guided Tour of the Library
Welcome to the Long Library which is located on two levels of the Haas School's Students Services Building.
Stop by the Circulation Desk to check out books with your campus ID and to request reserve materials for all business courses.
Library Computer Workstations
These computers are available for searching the library catalogs (OskiCat and Melvyl) and over 40 business and economic databases. Use the icons on the monitors to connect to the catalogs or the Long Library's home page, your gateway to a vast 24/7 information resource.
The reference librarians are available to assist you with your information problems. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 10am-12noon and 2-4 pm. Please feel free to stop by and chat with us about questions related to course assignments, job research, internships, etc.
Most study tables and all carrels are provided with network jacks and electrical connections for laptops. Wireless nodes are also located in various parts of the Long Library and are accessible through AirBears.
Take the stairway on the west end of the floor to the lower floor or the elevators located next to the Circulation Desk.
These shelves display the unbound issues of some of the periodicals the library receives. The most current issue is on display and the earlier issues are behind the shelf (lift up). Most of the newspapers and journals we subscribe to are now only available in electronic format. Please use the UC e-journals finder.
More Library Computer Workstations
Eight additional public access computers provide the same resources as those upstairs.
Cabinets along the walls of this area contain the Long Library's microfiche and microfilm collections (company reports, backruns of magazines and newspapers, such as The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, etc.). Reader/printers are available to view and print from film and fiche.
The book stacks are open and available for browsing. Books and journals are interfiled by Library of Congress call numbers. If you find something of interest and want to check it out, please take it to the Circulation desk on the upper level. Study tables are scattered throughout the stacks and individual carrels along the east and south walls.
Group Study Rooms
Six group study rooms are along the west side of the book stacks. Haas School students may reserve the rooms for two-hour blocks of time on the school's online room reservation system. Each room is equipped with a Haas computer, network/wireless connections for laptops, and DVD players/monitors.