Pre-college students have full access to one of the finest research libraries in the country. The UC Berkeley library system consists of Doe Library, the Moffitt Undergraduate Library, the Bancroft Library, (which houses rare books and western Americana), and over 20 other libraries serving a range of academic disciplines. The collections of the University Library system include 8 million volumes, 89,800 journal titles, more than 70 million manuscripts, 400,000 maps, and 16,000 videos.
For more information, consult the campus library website. It includes maps of the library system, the Undergraduate's Guide to the Library, guides to research in specific subject areas, instructions on using library databases and accessing library databases from your home or office, and much more.