If you heard any screams of excitement Friday evening, they might have come from some of the thousands of excited high school seniors who just learned they were new admits to UCLA’s freshman class entering this fall.
The campus continued to attract large numbers of California applicants who would be the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college and students from low-income families.
UCLA junior transfer student Jendi Samai is one of thousands of community college students whose transition to a four-year college has been supported by UCLA's Center for Community College Partnerships.
A delegation from UCLA met Monday with students at John Muir High School in Pasadena to urge them to consider going to a UC campus.
The University of California today introduced a new academic roadmap for California Community College students who plan to apply to transfer to UC campuses.
UCLA admits 16,027 high school seniors remarkable for their achievements both inside and outside the classroom.
UCLA alumna Esmeralda Garcia, who began high school reading at a fifth-grade level, returned to her high school to address students at a rally attended by UC President Janet Napolitano.
More than 92,000 UCLA applicants found out last night if they were admitted. Here are some of their emotional celebrations on social media.
More than 112,000 students — with more diverse geographic, ethnic and racial backgrounds than last year’s applicants — have applied for admission to UCLA for fall 2015.
Nearly 1,100 students from Washington Preparatory High School, located in southeast Los Angeles County, heard senior leaders from UCLA deliver a simple but inspiring message: A UC education is within your reach.
The newly admitted students include 9,128 California high school seniors, 83 percent of whom graduated in the top 9 percent of their classes, as well as highly qualified students from 48 other states, the District of Columbia, and 77 countries.
Nearly 15,000 admitted first-year students and their families will have an opportunity to experience first-hand what makes UCLA a top choice for their college career.
Students who learned that they'd been admitted to UCLA, selected from a record 86,000 applicants, shared their excitement on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks.