Chancellor Gene Block

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At Issue: Bruins for Life

Everyone who attends UCLA automatically becomes a lifelong member of the UCLA Alumni Association.

Chancellor Block: Tragedy close to home

Chancellor Gene Block sent a message to the UCLA campus community about the synagogue shooting that claimed the life of alumna Lori Gilbert–Kaye.

Is higher education at a tipping point?

Chancellor Gene Block and Youlonda Copeland-Morgan, vice provost for enrollment management, took part in a panel discussion on the future of higher education at the National Press Club in Washington.

At Issue: A Level Playing Field

Many California students don’t apply to UCLA because they assume it’s out of their reach. Project Welcome aims to inspire those as young as 13 to make this their dream school.

Chancellor Block: Empathy in the wake of tragedy

Following the killings of two African-Americans and 11 Jewish worshippers, the chancellor reminds everyone in the UCLA campus community to offer comfort to those who grieve and of the resources available to those who need them.

Emphasis on Access

UCLA enrolls more transfer students than any other UC campus. We work with community colleges all across California to attract qualified applicants.

Sustainable Solutions

All across our campus, researchers are working toward helping Los Angeles County transition to complete use of renewable energy and local water by 2050.

Pride and Partnership

UCLA’s partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs enables us to serve those who have served our nation.

Defeating Depression

UCLA is bringing together 100 researchers to address this ravaging illness.

Leading Together

Like the city in which it was born, UCLA is a beacon of innovation and invention. In the past 10 years, we have laid the groundwork for a second century of progress and transformative change.
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