The new UCLA Initiative to Study Hate is tackling an audacious mission: eradicating bigotry and discrimination from American life.
Our students’ journeys to UCLA are as diverse, unique and special as they are.
UCLA graduates are ready to help reshape the world after facing the pandemic and other challenges.
UCLA is searching for ways to spot early signs of depression and anxiety.
UCLA must serve more students. The only question is how.
UCLA and Westwood Village need each other in order to to be at their best.
UCLA must focus on education and training that will be essential for the next generation.
UCLA’s research enterprise illustrates the incredible reach and continued impact of our scholarship.
History shows universities like UCLA bring Americans closer together and move our nation forward.
UCLA works to fulfill its commitment to supporting and protecting all members of its community.
During the pandemic and the trauma of racist killings, Bruins have shown compassion, courage and resilience.
People around the world have a deep affinity for UCLA, and this is evident in the tremendous success of the Centennial Campaign.
The network we now know as the internet had its beginnings at UCLA. And we’ve made a long journey down that superhighway.
Our public outreach keeps UCLA in touch with important issues, influencers and the community.
Everyone who attends UCLA automatically becomes a lifelong member of the UCLA Alumni Association.
UCLA is turning 100 — a moment of great pride as we reflect on our extraordinary accomplishments and look forward to what we can achieve in our next era.
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.
UCLA enrolls more transfer students than any other UC campus. We work with community colleges all across California to attract qualified applicants.
All across our campus, researchers are working toward helping Los Angeles County transition to complete use of renewable energy and local water by 2050.
UCLA’s partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs enables us to serve those who have served our nation.
UCLA is bringing together 100 researchers to address this ravaging illness.
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.
Over the past 100 years, we have reached out to members of our community — and they have responded in kind.
By sharing ideas and learning from those different from us, we can find answers to society’s difficult questions.
In this time of polarization, UCLA proudly brings people together to work for the common good.