Programs & Services
- ADA/504 Compliance Office
- Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center
- Bruin Resource Center
- Career Center
- Center for Student Programming
- Community Programs Office
- Connecting Communities to UCLA
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Dashew Center for International Students & Scholars
- Dean of Student Offices
- Early Academic Outreach Programs
- Emergency Preparedness
- Financial Aid Office
- Graduate Student Resource Center
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender Campus Resource Center
- Office for Students with Disabilities
- Office of Residential Life
- Office Technology Center
- Registrar's Office
- Silk Road to the Future (Legends of China)
- Student Affairs Information & Research Office
- Student Development Health Education
- Student Legal Services
- Student Loan Services and Collections
- Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools
Year: Senior, 5th year Transfer
Majors: Sociology and Women's Studies
Q: What made you decide to come to UCLA?
A: When I began my undergraduate career at Southwestern Community College I had very little idea of what Higher Education was. However, through programs like Puente and the Center for Community College Partnerships here at UCLA I was able to believe in myself and go beyond what was expected of me in my community and experience a world-class education at UCLA.
Q: Which Student Affairs programs or services have been the most helpful to you?
A: The Community Programs Office (CPO) has been a home away from home! I love the tutoring services, the opportunity to get involved in various student-initiated projects and the peer counseling services. What has been most helpful about CPO is that as a student who advocates for social justice [concurrently intertwined with providing access to higher education for first-generation and low-income student] there is an abundance of CPO volunteers who work on dismantling barriers and work in collaboration with the community for the benefit of its members. CPO provides a base for an academic and leadership growth that is like no other.
Q: What advice/tips would you give to new or prospective students?
A: Seek your resources! When you find yourself in need of assistance-of ANY kind- there is someone always here at UCLA to help. The most important thing I learned was that asking for help does not make you less intelligent or less likely to survive UCLA, rather, it makes you more well rounded and broadens your horizons. GO BRUINS!!!