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UCLA Student Affairs

Community is Everything. Here’s How to Find Your People During COVID-19.

In our current environment, it can feel challenging to create a sense of community and belonging, but it’s not impossible! Just because we’re physically apart doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected. UCLA’s virtual communities, programs and resource centers are a great way to build community and maintain healthy connections.

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How to Find Your People at UCLA

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The Value of Intersectional Identity at UCLA

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How to Find Your Purpose at UCLA

Campus Resources

Black Bruin Resource Center

BBRC provides a space on campus to learn more about the Black and African diaspora communities experience here at UCLA. Offering programing, resources, community space, computer lab, and direct connection to faculty and staff around campus.

Bruin Resource Center

The Bruin Resource Center, or BRC, offers programs specializing in supporting former foster youth, undocumented students, transfer students, students in recovery, and students with children, helping each of these groups make the most of their UCLA experience.

Community Programs Office (CPO)

CPO empowers students from historically marginalized through student-run outreach and retention programs including a food closet for any UCLA student who may be experiencing hunger and/or struggling to attain food due to financial hardship.

Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars (DCISS)

The Dashew Center offers many levels of support to international students, including the International Student Ambassadors Program which supports international students by providing advice and resources to help ease their transition to life at UCLA.

First Year Experience

First Year Experience (FYE) offers specific initiatives and programs to help equip all first year students with the skills, tools, and knowledge in their transition to UCLA.

Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL)

For all things Greek life, visit the Fraternity & Sorority Life office, or FSL. The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life aims to enhance the growth and development of UCLA students through their membership in, or engagement with, the fraternity and sorority community.

Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC)

The Graduate Student Resource Center is a resource, referral and information center for graduate and professional school students. This center provides advice and assistance in navigating graduate school through referrals, programs, and community events.

LGBTQ Campus Resource Center

The LGBT Resource Center provides a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development as well as fostering unity, well-being, and an open, safe, and inclusive environment for UCLA’s LGBTQ community.

Student Organizations, Leadership, and Engagement (SOLE)

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.

Transfer Student Resource Center

The Transfer Student Center is UCLA’s hub for all things transfer. The center provides resources and events to help transfer students map out their time at UCLA.

Veterans Student Center

The Veteran Resource Center (VRC) helps student veterans navigate UCLA and provide them with a welcoming space, mentoring from other student veterans, guidance on educational benefits, and tools to succeed academically and personally.

Additional Resources