UCLA was transformed this past weekend, as admitted high school seniors and their families and supporters came to campus to get a sense of what it might be like to become Bruins.
About 14,000 people are expected to attend and get firsthand knowledge of the academic opportunities and campus lifestyle that help make UCLA the most-applied to university in the country.
For one afternoon, teenagers glueing themselves to their phones was totally understandable. They finally could learn whether they were admitted to UCLA’s class of 2023.
About 600 Los Angeles-area eighth through 11th graders and their parents, guardians and caregivers attended this year’s “Get College Ready” event.
Nathan Mallipeddi was honored for his work helping students who stutter. David Nguyen was cited for his work helping transfer students go to graduate school.
More than 135,000 applications for freshman and transfer admission came in for fall 2019.
The UCLA-LAUSD partnership works to increase the number of African-American students who are competitively eligible for University of California admission.
109 of the 114 California community colleges are represented among transfer admissions.
Nearly 17,000 guests are expected to attend Bruin Day events, which include offering prospective students the opportunity to enroll.
Screams, emoji and tears of joy echoed across the internet, as thousands of high school seniors learned they were admitted to UCLA’s class of 2022 this fall.
More than 600 people attended the “Get College Ready” workshops, which aimed to demystify the financial aid and college application processes.
Representatives from the American Talent Initiative met with members of the UCLA community to learn about best practices that could be shared with other schools.
The 113,000 applications for fall 2018 freshman admission make this the most economically, ethnically and geographically diverse pool of talent ever to apply.
Outreach events at schools promote greater access for students from underrepresented backgrounds by helping demystify what can be a complicated process.
Record-breaking 102,000 freshman applications coupled with more than 22,000 transfer student applications, results in most academically gifted and talented class in school history.
The University of California Board of Regents approved a policy on nonresident undergraduate enrollment that reaffirms UC’s historic commitment to California residents by limiting the proportion of out-of-state and international students at its nine ...
UCLA pulled out all the stops for the nearly 17,000 potential incoming freshmen and their families who visited campus for the annual Bruin Day.
Screams, emoji and tears of joy echoed across the internet Friday, as thousands of high school seniors learned they were admitted to UCLA’s class of 2021 this fall.
The applicants represent the most economically, ethnically and geographically diverse group ever to apply. Pool includes a record number of applications from California high school seniors.
Both programs are available for students applying for admission for fall 2017 and will cover tuition costs for the duration of the awardees’ legal education at UCLA.
Hailing from nearly every county in California, 49 states and 81 countries, the students are the most ethnically, socioeconomically and geographically diverse admitted group in UCLA history.
More than 15,700 prospective students and their families sampled faculty lectures, toured residence halls and asked questions about life at UCLA.
UCLA will be abuzz with activity on Saturday, April 16, when an anticipated 14,000 prospective students and their families come to campus for Bruin Day.
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.