UC Libraries Advisory Structure (UCLAS)

The University of California Libraries includes the 10 campus libraries, plus the California Digital Library. The UC Libraries Advisory Structure (UCLAS) is designed to create a dynamic systemwide organization that:

  1. Supports UC Libraries shared library services throughout multiple stages of development, including strategic planning, design, implementation, operations, and continual improvement.
  2. Promotes effective collaboration and communication relative to shared library services across the 10 campus libraries and the California Digital Library.
  3. Furthers the priorities determined by the Council of University Librarians and set forth in the University of California Libraries Systemwide Plan & Priorities.

The primary components of the structure include:

Organization chart:

Learn more about the organizational changes UCLAS has undergone since 1998.

Document Owner: Felicia Poe