UCLA’s leader emphasized that campus must do all it can to ensure that all students — no matter their background or means — can graduate in a timely manner.
Fulfilling a long-held aspiration, the campus will offer four years in campus residences to students who enter as freshmen and two years to transfer students.
Broxton Avenue played host to a rollicking block party as UCLA kicked off its new community-building event series.
The monthly program aims to revitalize the historic link between the campus and the neighborhood.
Student artist Maia Hadaway created a cafeteria-like scene of generations of important Black Bruins and civil rights leaders for the center.
UCLA faculty and doctoral students reflect on challenges and offer advice to undergraduates.
There are free and subsidized passes for several transit agencies, including local and commuter lines.
“I’ve been waiting a long time for this day, so have a first great day on campus,” Block said. “Hope you have a great year, be well, be safe and go Bruins!”
After 18 months of Bruins being away, the campus looks forward to providing the comfort of the familiar and the excitement of change
The annual event brings students into the neighboring village, forging a connection that lasts throughout their time as Bruins.
Campus will soon be able to guarantee housing for all freshmen and transfers.
From building a more just world to providing a best-in-class student experience, UCLA excels across a range of rankings
No. 1 for community college transfer students, veterans and even college food.
As we mark one year of working from home, UCLA faculty and staff share what they’ve experienced and learned.
The award-winning cookbook is available now online via the UCLA Store and at the restaurant, which is open for take-out and outdoor dining.
UCLA leadership, faculty, staff and students displayed the resiliency, creativity and ingenuity that embody our values.
UCLA’s leader sent a heartwarming video to the campus community to express his admiration and gratitude as 2020 comes to an end.
The Netflix animated comedy about a has-been horse has been lauded for its portrayal of mental health, an especially relevant topic during a pandemic.
Even though the pandemic has rewritten the circumstances, UCLA is doing its best to make sure this upcoming year will provide students chances to connect.
Gloves and masks became common. Triples gave way to singles. Self-serve buffet stations were replaced with pre-portioned servings. Life changed a lot.
The student-led organizing team ensures that one of UCLA’s most cherished traditions continues despite the pandemic.
The popularity of online gaming has soared during the lockdown, but the success has been bittersweet for players.
Since its launch in late March, the website has provided newly admitted students and their families with the tools to help make their enrollment decisions.
Symone Morales provides guidance to students who are on the same journey she completed.
At UCLA about one-third of undergraduates have parents or guardians whom did not complete a bachelor’s degree.
The move could drive regional change and would make UCLA one of the largest universities in the U.S. to take action.