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CLICC Device Lending Policy

The UCLA Library and CLICC provide technology support and shared equipment loans to UCLA students, staff, and faculty in support of learning and research activities.

All CLICC devices provide full access to the CLICC Virtual Desktop and the CLICC Software provided by that service.


CLICC Device Lending Policy

All CLICC shared devices (Chromebooks, Macs, iPads and Windows laptops) have the same loan policy: 1 week with 1 optional renewal of 1 week.

All CLICC Chromebooks, Mac and Windows laptops, and iPads are issued on 1-week loans with 1 renewal. A patron may renew a device online before the 1-week due date will be able to keep the device for up to an additional week. Every 2 weeks, CLICC devices must return to CLICC at the UCLA Library to receive security and performance updates. If you have issues renewing your device online, you may contact CLICC during business hours.

Loans are made via walk-up circulation only, and the majority of the devices are available at the Powell Lending location on the first floor of Powell Library. Other Library locations such as the Biomedical Library, SEL–Boelter, SEL–Geology, Music Library, and YRL also have CLICC devices available for walk-up loans. A lending locker in Powell Library has Chromebooks available for loan and will still lend devices outside of CLICC lending location hours.

UCLA Library CLICC devices that are not returned by the listed due date will be considered “lost” and a replacement charge will appear on your UCLA and Library accounts. Please note that the Library CLICC will not be able to provide any IT support for devices considered “lost.”

Instructors and teaching assistants who need long-term devices for instruction should contact their departments. For courses in which students are assigned projects requiring technology, instructors should contact CLICC to discuss available options.