Student Affairs is a student-focused, student committed and student-centered network offering over 25 programs, services, and experiences across the campus, Student Affairs strives to help Bruins connect with each other throughout each student’s collegiate career. From the Financial Aid and Registrar’s Office to Residential, Recreational, and Health & Wellness; Student Affairs helps Bruins keep their finger on the pulse of their campus.
Stay up to date with UCLA’s efforts to serve their students, staff and community during COVID-19. UCLA COVID-19 Student Support line: 310-825-3894, weekdays from 9am-7pm
- UCLA Updates about COVID-19
- Registrar’s Office COVID-19 FAQ
- Housing COVID-19 Information
- UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services
- Coronavirus: University of California Updates and Resources, Office of the President, University of California
- Rejecting Coronavirus Xenophobia, Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, UC Davis
- COVID-19: What’s in a Name, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, UCLA
The UCLA Career Center provides a wide range of programs and services exclusively for UCLA students. From individual career counseling, internships & international opportunities, online resume critiques to a UCLA Alumni Network! To learn more about Career Center services, visit the UCLA Career Center overview of student services.
UCLA Community Programs Office
The UCLA Community Programs Office serves as an umbrella department for the Student Initiated Outreach Center, Student Retention Center, and twenty-five student-initiated community service projects.
The CPO strives to increase students from under-served communities’ access to higher education, retention in the university, and graduation rates while also serving as a conscious effort in the community, working toward the empowerment of all people.
The mission of the Community Programs Office, UCLA’s cross-cultural center, is to build and nurture an inclusive and diverse community of scholars and leaders who are committed to giving back to historically marginalized communities by engaging, educating, and empowering students to develop and execute student-initiated, student-run outreach, service and retention programs.
We are committed to developing a new generation of dynamic leaders by shaping our students to become motivated, responsible, and critically conscious individuals and fostering a safe and positive environment where students can use their education as a vehicle for social change through direct action in the community.
Get Involved - Find a Student Organization
UCLA offers over 1,300 student organizations including student government, academic, leadership, spiritual & religious, club sports, and community service organizations that you can get involved in.
UCLA is now home to over 65 inter/national and local Greek-letter organizations, six governing councils with approximately 3,800 students which represent 13% of the undergraduate student population. Engaging with together across the campus, UCLA’s fraternities and sororities are committed to academics, community service, and developing leaders within and beyond our community.
Health and Wellness
Health and Wellness are our first priorities for our students. UCLA offers comprehensive medical care through the Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, including access to one of the highest-rated hospitals in the nation, located on the UCLA campus. Likewise, our Counseling and Psychological Services offer care options that range from wellness workshops to group therapy and long-term individual counseling.
Relevant Health Links
- Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center https://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu/
- Bruins Safe Online https://www.bso.ucla.edu/
- Counseling Center https://www.counseling.ucla.edu/
- Counseling 24/7 ☎ (310) 825-0768
- Resilience In your Student Experience https://risecenter.ucla.edu/
- Grit Peer Counseling
- UC Police Department (UCPD) Call 9-1-1 or (310) 825-1491
UCLA LGBT Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Center at UCLA offers a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development as well as fostering unity, wellness, and an open safe, and inclusive environment for UCLA’s LGBT+ community.
Learn about programs, how to get involved in the community or how to become a UCLA Ally.
UCLA Recreation operates 14 different recreation venues with dozens of exercise and fitness programs, intramural athletics, and facilities for individual workouts.
Registrar’s Office & Financial Aid Info
Student Affairs works closely with its departments to assure they are assisting the over 31,000 undergraduate Bruins across the UCLA campus. The Registrar’s Office tracks courses and grades for each student in attendance. The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office will assist students in processing any financial help, while the Residential Life offers students a variety of academic support programs, cultural programs, and personal development opportunities.