The UCLA Bruin Resource Center (BRC) supports students’ development, well-being, and academic success by providing valuable resources, services and learning opportunities and by promoting a supportive and inclusive campus community. The BRC serves all UCLA students, with a particular focus on current and former foster youth, students with dependents, students in recovery, student veterans, transfer students, and undocumented students.UCLA Career Center
The UCLA Career Center offers services and resources to help UCLA students, UC graduates and employers reach their goals. Their discipline-specific approach meets the unique needs of students by integrating their academic training, campus experiences, and experiential learning as the building blocks for Career Readiness Competencies.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.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.Fraternity and Sorority
UCLA is home to more than 60 national and local Greek-letter organizations, six governing councils with approximately 4,000 students which represent 14% of the undergraduate student population. The Mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to provide students involved in the Greek community an overall engaging campus life experience.UCLA Recreation
UCLA Recreation provides the university community extensive access to a broad range of recreational activities and services. The Department offers programming which encompasses the competitive, passive, social, cultural, and instructional aspects of recreational activity. In addition, UCLA Recreation manages 14 of the University's recreational and athletic facilities.