|The UBC Library advances research, learning and teaching excellence by connecting communities, within and beyond the University, to the world’s knowledge.|
|Main phone:||For contact information, please visit the library contact page|
|Address:||For library locations and hours, please visit the library Hours and Locations page|
|Building:||The Library has 15 branches and divisions, including on- and off-campus locations and its Okanagan campus location.|
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UBC Library is the second largest research library in Canada and includes 15 branches and divisions, including the UBC Point Grey campus and off-campus locations at Vancouver General Hospital and the UBC Okanagan campus.
The Library's collections include more than 7.8 million items in print and electronic format, not including print and electronic journals and series subscriptions, microform, documents, maps, archived materials, media and other items.
UBC Library also has the largest biomedical collection in Western Canada and the largest collection of Asian language materials in the country. It is a depository library for publications of the governments of BC, Canada, Japan and the United Nations.
For more information, see About UBC Library
Please visit the UBC Library website for more information on services, tutorials, and more.
Map of UBC Library Branches on the Point Gray Campus
|Map of the different Library Branches on the UBC Vancouver Campus|
|Click on the red dot for the name and address of each library branch|