The 419-acre UCLA Campus is located in the green rolling hills of Westwood, California. The UCLA School of Nursing is housed in the Louis and Doris Factor Health Sciences Building on the south end of campus in the 35-acre Center for the Health Sciences. The Louise Darling Biomedical Library, which houses over 530,000 volumes and 6,000 periodicals, serves as the professional library for students in medicine, nursing, and the life sciences. Facilities of the University Library and all of its 12 branches are also available to students in nursing. More than six and one half million books and thousands of periodicals are provided through the facilities of the University Library.