LAUC's history, functions and place within the University.


Each campus of the University of California system has its own division of the Librarians Association of the University of California. Each division elects its own executive committee and conducts professional activities under the umbrella of the statewide Executive Board.


LAUC has an Executive Board and three standing committees, each with representatives from all ten campus divisions.

Reports, Resolutions & Statements

Statements related to issues within UC and beyond.  

Position Papers

LAUC position papers documents the Association's position on issues relating to the work and mission of librarians in the University of California.

Bylaws & Procedures

Policies for the overall governance of the organization


Candidate statements and election calendars.

LAUC Archives

Reflects the activities, governance, philosophy and history of the professional organization for the librarians employed on the nine campuses of the UC system.

LAUC @ 50

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of LAUC at the 2017 Annual Assembly, each campus was asked to contribute documents, images, or other remembrances that showcased the history of LAUC at local campuses. LAUC members, past and present, were also asked to submit personal stories about their experiences in LAUC.

Historical Documents

Publications, opinion pieces, and newsletters related to the history of LAUC.

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