Life @UCLA

UCLA Graduates

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 Students on campus

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.

UCLA Student

Launched in fall 2012, the UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship is a competitive summer grant that offers undergraduate students an opportunity to pursue self-directed public service projects in international communities. By inspiring a generation of young leaders and humanitarian ambassadors, the Fellowship seeks to promote the ideals of global citizenship and service to humanity.

Students Participation

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 LGBT Center

The UCLA LGBT 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.

UCLA 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 The Hill

As a student-centered department within the residential community, Residential Life is in a unique position to support university strategies to carry out the academic mission. They create safe, supportive, and inclusive living-learning communities that engage residents in the fostering of their academic success, personal growth, leadership development, and social responsibility.

UCLA Fitness

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.