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Ready to become a Bruin? Visit the Admission Tent, where representatives will walk you through the enrollment process and answer questions about transitioning to UCLA. They will help guide your decisions about housing, orientation and other university programs. Once complete, celebrate your accomplishment by taking a photo with UCLA mascots Joe and Josie Bruin.
Tour the Hill, UCLA’s undergraduate residential community. Check out the residential facilities, dining halls and recreational and study spaces. Student guides will present the range of room types available through the housing program and housing staff will be on hand to answer questions.
Tours depart continually. Allow 60 minutes to complete the tour.
Stroll through the spectacular UCLA campus with student guides. Visit the Murphy Sculpture Garden, the Inverted Fountain and many other campus landmarks while hearing personal stories about the UCLA experience and the university’s distinguished history.
Tours depart continually. Allow 60 minutes to complete the tour. Note: This is an outdoor tour only; it will not go into classrooms or labs.
Paying for Your UCLA Education
Explore the many resources available to finance your UCLA education — an investment that’s worth it. This presentation will cover the total cost of attending UCLA, payment plans and strategies that will help reduce costs, including grants, work-study programs, need- and merit-based scholarships, scholarship search tools, loans and more. Advisors will be available to help students and families navigate all the financial aspects of entering UCLA.
Academic and Student Life Fair
AAP Transfer Scholars’ Day
This invitation-only event takes place during Bruin Day and offers admitted transfers and their guests the chance to learn more about the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) and other exceptional academic opportunities at UCLA, such as the Transfer Summer Program and innovative science programs. Prospective students can speak with current Bruin transfers in their major and have all their questions answered. Light refreshments and lunch are provided.
Invitees: Register for AAP Transfer Scholars' Day when you sign up for Bruin Day.
Accessible Education Resources
The services at the Center for Accessible Education are designed to meet the unique educational needs of students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities. Find out how to access these comprehensive services, learn about the intake and verification processes and get information on how to request specific accommodations.
Being part of the UCLA Bruin family starts now. Visit the Alumni Center to see how you can take advantage of your Bruin network — while on campus and well after graduation. Stop by to learn about the opportunities and resources available through the Student Alumni Association (SAA), Bruin Careers, Parent & Family Programs and the UCLA Spirit Squad.
Alumni Association: Lifetime Advantages of Being a Bruin
Hear from a panel of Bruin alumni about how to make the most of your time on campus and how UCLA’s Alumni Association can provide access to a vast network of professional support that will last well beyond graduation.
Bruin Fitness Center Tours
Bruin Fitness Center (BFIT) is a unique recreation facility in the undergraduate residential community. This exclusive recreation environment includes cardio and strength conditioning areas, lockers, personal trainers and a FITWELL services desk.
Tours depart every 20 minutes. Allow 30 minutes to complete the tour.
Bruin Resource Center
The Bruin Resource Center (BRC) is here to help students make the most of their educational experience at UCLA. We understand that even the most capable student can feel confused and intimidated by the size and complexity of the campus at times. BRC helps by providing students with information, referrals and support to navigate the university and connect with the right campus resources. If you are an AB 540 student, former foster youth, student with children or veteran, come to one of the presentations or visit the open house.
Career Center: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Majors
UCLA’s Career Center — among the largest in the nation — is dedicated to helping Bruins launch successful and fulfilling careers. Learn how the center can help students in the arts, humanities and social sciences develop skills and strategies to get them where they want to go from the first day they arrive at UCLA through graduation.
Career Center: Engineering, Life and Physical Sciences Majors
UCLA’s Career Center — among the largest in the nation — is dedicated to helping Bruins launch successful and fulfilling careers. Learn how the center can help students in engineering, life sciences and physical sciences develop skills and strategies to get them where they want to go from the first day they arrive at UCLA through graduation.
Community Programs Office
The Community Programs Office (CPO) is a cross-cultural department that strives to increase access to higher education, graduation rates for underserved communities and community service in the Los Angeles area. Join us for refreshments from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
CPO: Your Cross-Cultural Center
The Community Programs Office (CPO) is a cross-cultural department that provides quality services to UCLA students and supports more than 50 retention, outreach and community service projects. Come by to learn more about how you can get involved on and off campus.
Culture, Community and Identity
Learn how UCLA students experience the campus community. A panel of student leaders moderated by Dean of Students Maria Blandizzi will share their stories, describe opportunities for involvement, share connections they have made within and across communities and answer your questions.
Current Student Perspectives: What’s Great About UCLA
Hear current Bruins share their UCLA experiences, including academic challenges and opportunities, the attributes that make UCLA unique and highlights of student life. A question-and-answer session will follow.
Employment Opportunities on Campus
Many Bruins find jobs working on campus in academic departments, dining facilities and every place in between. Come learn how to navigate the job search process, access work-study awards and learn about general employment options at UCLA. Hear from enthusiastic, employed Bruins along with representatives from ASUCLA, the leading on-campus employer, who will be on hand to discuss opportunities for students.
Faculty Tips for Success
UCLA faculty are Nobel Prize winners, recipients of the Fields Medal and Turing Award, Guggenheim fellows and Fulbright scholars. They are leading researchers and world-renowned authorities in just about every field of study. Most importantly, they are an accessible resource to students. Learn firsthand from David Ravetch, professor of accounting at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, about the undergraduate experience and what you can do to be successful at UCLA.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Learn about financing your UCLA education. Get information on scholarships and a range of financial services for students and families. Representatives from Financial Aid and Scholarships will be on hand to answer questions about grants, loans, provisional award letters and work study.
First Year Experience: Transitioning from Community College to UCLA
Transitioning from a community college can be both exciting and overwhelming. Join professionals from the First Year Experience program to gain a better understanding of how to find a sense of community and successfully navigate your first year as a Bruin.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
UCLA’s Greek community is home to roughly 4,000 students who are involved in more than 65 fraternities and sororities and committed to academics, community service and developing leaders within and beyond the community. Come meet with current fraternity and sorority chapter presidents, council presidents and executive board members, and Fraternity and Sorority Life staff to learn about the programs, services, resources and opportunities affiliated with social Greek-letter organizations.
Greek Life at UCLA
Since the early 1920s, fraternities and sororities have been an integral part of the UCLA campus. Within the Greek community, there are nearly 4,000 students, more than 65 international, national and local Greek-letter organizations and six governing councils. Learn from UCLA’s Greek leaders about how their involvement in this community has enhanced their lives.
Honors Programs at UCLA
Discover the value of an honors education at UCLA and get details on the different honors programs available, including Departmental Honors and College Honors for students in the UCLA College. A question-and-answer session follows the presentation.
Explore life on the Hill, UCLA’s undergraduate residential community. Get answers to your questions about living on campus, as well as information on amenities and services available to Bruins who live in university-owned housing. Get info from representatives of Housing Services, Residential Life and more.
Housing: What It’s Like to Live on Campus
The Hill is the undergraduate residential community located on the northwestern edge of the campus. In addition to more than 20 residence halls, there are also dining halls, commons buildings and recreational facilities. Hear a panel discussion with students, faculty and campus partners that will give admitted students and their families a real feeling for what life is like on the Hill.
International Students: Dashew Center Resources and Programs
Representatives from the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars present an overview of visa services, programs and resources that are available to international students at UCLA.
John Wooden Center Tours
The Wooden Center sits in the heart of campus at the intersection of Bruin Walk and Westwood Plaza. Offerings include basketball, volleyball and badminton courts; a gymnastics gymnasium; a strength and conditioning zone with weight training, cardio and an outdoor conditioning area; studios for fitness, dance and martial arts; certified personal fitness trainers, courts for handball, racquetball and squash; a games lounge; locker rooms and a rock wall designed for all levels of climbers.
Tours depart every 20 minutes. Allow 30 minutes to complete the tour.
LGBT Resource Center
The UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center is the crossroads of the LGBTQ community at UCLA, providing a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development. Visit the center, which fosters unity and wellness, and offers an open, safe, inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, asexual, questioning and same-gender-loving students, faculty, staff, alumni, their families and the entire campus community.
Discover how the UCLA Library system supports students. Tour historic Powell Library’s study spaces and collections as well as InqSpace, where free consultations with librarians and peer-to-peer Inquiry Specialists help make research assignments more manageable. Attendees will also visit the Young Research Library and the CLICC Laptop Lending desks in both libraries, where students can borrow laptops and software, such as Photoshop and InDesign.
Tours depart on the hour. Allow 60 minutes to complete the tour. Last tour departs at 1 p.m.
Orientation, Enrolling in Classes and Planning Your Degree
Learn the essentials for new Bruins, including what happens at New Student Orientation, enrolling in your first classes, planning your degree and how to get a head start through the College Summer Institute.
Parenting Student Resources
The Students with Dependents Program provides caring and personalized support to students who are parents, guardians and caregivers. The program helps students navigate the university system and access resources within the campus and larger community, with emphasis on dependents. Get information about Early Care and Education and child-care facilities open to UCLA students.
School of Engineering: Admitted Student Welcome
Transfers admitted into the School of Engineering’s bachelor’s programs are invited to attend this special welcome presentation. Network with faculty, staff, alumni and peers in an effort to create a smooth transition to UCLA Engineering. Please note: This session is for transfers admitted into an engineering program only. Please visit the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science booth at the Academic and Student Life Fair in Wilson Plaza for general inquiries about engineering programs and requirements.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Tours
Join UCLA STEM majors on a tour of South Campus, where all the STEM action happens. Visit the buildings that house the offices of STEM faculty and departments, as well as the laboratories where students get involved, conduct research and learn from award-winning professors. Plus, hear from current Bruins about the research they are working on now.
Tours depart every 30 minutes. Allow 60 minutes to complete the tour.
Student Organizations and Clubs: Finding Your Place
Student leaders from across UCLA discuss the many exciting opportunities to get involved in student government, 1,000+ student organizations and the residential communities surrounding campus. Hear from the team at Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE) about how you can make the most of your UCLA experience.
Study Abroad Programs
Study Abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Come hear the stories of UCLA students who recently traveled the world while earning academic credit toward their college degrees. Learn tips from advisors for finding the best study abroad program to match your academic, career and personal goals. Financial aid and scholarships for these programs will also be discussed.
Summer Sessions: A Competitive Edge
Looking for a competitive edge in your career at UCLA? Eighty percent of Bruins get a head start through UCLA Summer Sessions. Your path toward academic success starts this summer. Come discover the opportunities that await.
Taller para Padres y Familias
La Oficina de Programas para Padres y Familias presenta este taller para asistir y ofrecer información importante sobre UCLA. Padres de estudiantes y representantes de diferentes oficinas de la Universidad presentarán información sobre los dormitorios, servicios de seguridad, becas, ayuda financiera y servicios en general para estudiantes nuevos y sus familias.
Transfer Student Resource Center
The Transfer Student Center, UCLA’s central hub for all things transfer, helps you hit the ground running and make the most of your time at UCLA. Visit the center, where you can connect to the university system and the transfer community and get the tools you need to achieve your goals at UCLA and beyond.
Undergraduate Research Programs: Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Undergraduate research at UCLA provides students with the opportunity to work closely with esteemed faculty outside the classroom. In this presentation, selected students from the Humanities and Social Sciences will describe their research and experiences working in a supportive, mentored environment. A question-and-answer period with students and their faculty mentors will follow.
Undergraduate Research Programs: STEM
Undergraduate research at UCLA provides students with the opportunity to work closely with esteemed faculty outside the classroom. In this presentation, advisors from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields will describe their research and their experiences working in a supportive, mentored environment. A question-and-answer period will follow.
Undocumented Student Resources
Connect with the Undocumented Student Program and learn about UC Undocumented Legal Services and other campus resources that offer personalized support for undocumented students. Meet other undocumented students and hear how they have succeeded at UCLA.
Veterans and Dependents of Veterans Resources
The Veterans Resource Center supports veterans and their eligible dependents as they transition to student life at UCLA. Get information about state and federal education scholarships and benefits for veterans and the benefit certification process at UCLA. Learn about campus and community resources offered to veterans and their families.