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ADA & 504 Compliance Office

The ADA & 504 Compliance Office monitors campus compliance with requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. They evaluate efforts to improve access to campus facilities and programs; develop procedures to correct access deficiencies and advise the campus community regarding compliance related issues.

UCLA Library UCLA Center for Accessible Education

The UCLA Center for Accessible Education (CAE) facilitates academic accommodations for regularly enrolled, matriculating students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities. Accommodations are designed to promote successful engagement in the UCLA academic experience.

UCLA Graduates Dashew Center

UCLA is home for more than 12,000 international students and scholars away from home. The Dashew Center is the place where domestic and international students and scholars meet. They enhance the UCLA experience for international students and scholars with their multicultural programs and services.

Dean of Students Office

The mission of the Dean of Students Office is to serve as a portal to understanding the UCLA experience, and they are committed to the personal and intellectual growth and development of UCLA students.

UCLA Students First Year Experience

First Year Experience (FYE) is dedicated to equipping all first year students with the skills, tools, and knowledge supporting their transition to UCLA. FYE works collaboratively with Residential Life, the Division of Student Affairs, and departments campus-wide to support and engage first-year students and other students in transition.

Graduate Student Resource Center

The Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) is a resource, referral and information center for graduate and professional school students. They offer advice and assistance in dealing with the challenges of graduate school, as well as a number of workshops and programs done in collaboration with their campus partners.

UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center

The UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center has proudly been serving the UCLA community for 20 years. They provide 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 LGBTQ community.

Campus Assault Resources & Education Program

Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE) Program promotes an environment free of sexual and gender-based violence. CARE works to ensure that the UCLA Community understands their right to a safe campus experience and provides support to those impacted by sexual and gender-based violence.

UCLA Parents Office of Parent & Family Programs

The Office of Parent & Family Programs offer UCLA parents and family members opportunities for involvement in campus and regional activities that promote the University and enrich their students’ college experience. To do this, they communicate regularly with families via their helpline, emails, digital newsletters, Facebook and website. They believe an informed and supportive family plays an integral role in a student’s educational success.

UCLA Registrar’s Office

The UCLA Registrar’s Office supports the teaching, service, and research mission of the University. They operate as secretary to the faculty and as the official record-keeper of the University, forging the path between student data and technology. They are committed to ensuring the integrity, accuracy, and security of student academic records as well as providing high-quality services for all constituents.

Student Affairs Information & Research Office

Student Affairs Information & Research Office (SAIRO) is the research and assessment office within UCLA’s Student Affairs organization. Their work focuses on keeping Student Affairs staff and other UCLA constituents up to date about the backgrounds, experiences, and needs of students; assisting Student Affairs departments in assessing their services; and contributing to campus and UC system-wide research and assessment efforts.

UCLA Computers Student Affairs Information Technology

Student Affairs Information Technology (SAIT) provides innovative technical solutions and services that serve and advance the vision of Student Affairs and the University. We work collaboratively with campus partners and provide leadership in creating effective and efficient information technology services for our students, staff, faculty and community

Students at Dining Hall Student Legal Services

The mission of Student Legal Services is to prevent, ameliorate, or resolve legal problems that confront students by providing professional legal counseling and assistance. Student Legal Services also seeks to educate students about their legal rights and responsibilities through informational programs and materials, as well as individual counseling.

Student Loan Services & Collections

The Student Loan Services & Collections is responsible for administering long-term educational loans, such as Perkins, Health Professions, and Direct Loans; GPLS and PLUS; as well as private auxiliary loans. They provide loan documents to students accepting campus-based loan offers, as in Perkins or Regents Loans.

UCLA Fitness Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement

The Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE) Office advises over 1200 campus organizations. Services include registration of new and continuing organizations, programming assistance, organization & leadership development, fundraising approval and guidelines, funding proposal consultation, and advisement on rules and regulations. SOLE also approves time, place, and manner for the campus activities of registered organizations.

Campus and Student Resilience

The Campus and Student Resilience department's mission is to promote resilience skills -- emphasizing connection and belonging, service, self-efficacy and mastery, and self-reflection. Discover and join their Resilience Peer Network, the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge, Mindful UCLA, and more.