Information for Librarians
With 42 subscription and open-access journals spanning the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, UC Press disseminates innovative research and exceptional scholarship to libraries and scholars around the world.
IP Registry Integration
Access by IP authentication: IP address authentication is an easy way to seamlessly authenticate users requesting access to your subscribed content. Users are given access based on your library IP address(es), eliminating the need for user IDs and passwords when accessing content via the library. Beginning in October 2021, to submit your IP address updates to UC Press you need to submit them via theIPregistry.org. Once approved all IP addresses updates are received from theIPregistry.org via API and automatically updated in our authentication system.
Beginning in May 2020 UC Press migrated all of our journals to a new hosting platform. Learn more.
Place an Order
Orders for UC Press journals may be placed through your agent, or directly through UC Press. For direct orders, go to our journals listing page and click on the journal you would like to order, then click “subscribe” to utilize the shopping cart. See Subscription Packages for information on how to order a complete UC Press journals package.
Journal License Agreement
Download the UC Press Journal License agreement
To request a free 30-day online trial for one of our journals, please email email@example.com and be sure to include any relevant details: the name of the requested journal, your name, institution, customer number (if known), IP range, etc.
Institutional Administrator Dashboard
The institutional administrator dashboard allows librarians and other authorized personnel access to information about their institution’s account, including access options and usage reports.
Online Access Issues
If you are having trouble accessing your subscription UC Press journal content, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include relevant details (customer number, journal you are attempting to access, etc.).
Print Issue Claims
To claim a missing print issue, first consult our schedule of releases to confirm you are within the claim window. Claims for any missing issue(s) should not be made earlier than 30 days from the issue mail date. Customers in the US or Canada should make their claim no later than 90 days after the mail date, while customers outside of the US or Canada should make their claim no later than 180 days after the mail date.
If the missing issue is within the claim window, please email email@example.com and be sure to include any related details that will help us resolve your claim (customer number, mailing address, and the title, volume, and number of the issue you are claiming, etc.).