UCLA was transformed this past weekend, as about 14,000 people came to campus for Bruin Day, which offers a sample of what it might be like to become Bruins.

Everywhere on campus on April 13, there were sights and sounds that showcased the best of UCLA and campus life. The agenda included information fairs, 40 presentations, faculty lectures, campus tours and open houses of the residence halls. Admitted high school seniors and their families and supporters could learn about academic programs, financial aid, student activities, housing options, campus safety and more while getting a sense of the broad diversity of the student population.

Students ready to commit were able to formally submit their statements of intent to register and have their pictures taken with Joe and Josie Bruin.

Family on Dickson Plaza on Bruin Day
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Dickson Plaza was a prime spot for families on Bruin Day.