Bruin Resource Center
The UCLA Bruin Resource Center (BRC) serves all UCLA students with programs and services, including Transfers, Veterans and Active Military, Undocumented Students, Guardian Scholars, and Students with Dependents.
The BRC can enrich your experience by providing valuable resources, services and learning opportunities and by promoting a supportive and inclusive campus community.
The BRC also offers programs that promote holistic development and education of the student and the larger campus community, such as the Intergroup Dialogue Program.
What is the BRC?
The mission of the UCLA Bruins Resource Center (BRC) is to support students’ development, well-being, and academic success and to foster an inclusive and socially just campus community. The Bruin Resource Center envisions thriving, dynamic, and resilient communities of students and staff. Explore the BRC and find the connections and programs that will work best for you.
Bruin Guardian Scholars Program for Current / Former Foster Youth
The Bruin Guardian Scholars Program is dedicated to providing current and former foster youth with resources to help support students throughout their academic endeavors. BGS has many partners and liaisons to help make your time at UCLA as stress-free as possible. We offer resources that span from campus resources, where we can get you in contact with liaisons that can help you with academic, financial, or even mental wellness; to community resources, where we get you in contact with individuals who can help you with transitional housing, and other basic needs. We also try to connect our BGS members with employment and scholarship opportunities.
Collegiate Recovery Program
UCLA’s Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) was formed in 2016 to provide support to UCLA students who are in recovery from substance use or other addictive behaviors. We are dedicated to providing academic, wellness, and emotional support to students who are in recovery or who are considering recovery. Through individual support, education, and campus advocacy, we aim to create an inclusive environment and supportive community to help students thrive at UCLA and beyond.
If you are concerned about a fellow Bruin, here’s how to help:
Intergroup Dialogue Program
The Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) Program, within the Bruin Resource Center (BRC), aims to cultivate a campus environment that is inclusive and promotes a sense of belonging for the students, staff, and faculty of UCLA.
IGD embodies this vision through its mission to engage, support, and educate the UCLA community on issues of social identity, interpersonal and intergroup relations/conflicts, prejudice reduction, social justice, and to impart valuable multicultural skills necessary for active participation at UCLA and in an increasingly diverse and global society.
Students with Dependents
The Bruin Resource Center’s Students with Dependents (SwD) Program provides caring and personalized support to UCLA students who are parents, guardians, and caregivers at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional school level. As a part of Student Affairs, our program is committed to helping students succeed, both as parents and scholars. We offer programs and advocacy that enrich and support parenting student’s academic, personal, and professional goals.
The SwD Program aims to help you succeed in your transition to UCLA, and assist you through your degree completion by providing a family-friendly, centrally located facility. The current and future UCLA community enjoys a campus-wide commitment to supporting parenting students and their families with resources that encourage both academic and family success.
Transfer Student Center
The Transfer Student Center is UCLA’s central hub for all things transfer! Be sure to check out many of the resources available to you, the transfer timelines to help you map out your time at UCLA, campus-wide transfer specific events, ways to get involved, and more! If you are a prospective transfer, there are many resources that may be helpful, you can see them here.
Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, all resources and activities for new students have been transitioned online. Visit the Bruin Bound Website for information on upcoming Webinars, Transfer Talks, and more!
It is the Transfer Student Center’s mission to help you hit the ground running and make the most of your time at UCLA. Come hang out at the Transfer Center in Kerckhoff Hall, room 128. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and join the UCLA Transfer Student Community! We can’t wait to connect.
At UCLA, the Undocumented Student Program (USP) supports undocumented students by providing caring, personalized services and resources that enable students to reach their highest potential. The Undocumented Student Program (USP) strives to support all undocumented undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Join the USP and discover how you can enrich your UCLA experience.
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Veteran Resource Center
The Veteran Resource Center (VRC) provides caring and personalized support to UCLA undergraduate and graduate student veterans. We help our veterans navigate UCLA and provide a welcoming space, mentoring from student veterans, guidance on educational benefits, and tools to succeed academically and personally.
We value the skills, assets and experiences veterans bring to the UCLA community and are committed to helping them achieve their goals and aspirations. The VRC also increases campus awareness of student veteran issues and fosters a sense of belonging, community and well-being for all student veterans on campus.