On May 18, get ready for a cornucopia of UCLA experiences, culminating with the
spectacular launch of UCLA's Centennial Celebration. From behind-the-scenes tours
of "limited access" sites to a robust line-up of engaging discussions
with influential speakers, there is something for all ages to enjoy. Registration
is open and activities are continuously being added. Bring your family. Reunite
with friends. UCLA's 100th birthday only comes once.
A legendary coach, a homeless advocate mayor, your Bay Area Bruins
president — these are among the alumni being honored with a 2019 UCLA Award.
Topping the list for Alumnus of the Year is philanthropist and music mogul, Mo Ostin
The allegations in the U.S. Department of Justice complaint strike at the very heart
of UCLA's core values and violate our policies and procedures that ensure fairness
and transparency. See the most frequently asked questions and what UCLA is doing
This year's Spring Sing on May 17 marks the beginning of Centennial Weekend. The
night features the best of UCLA student talent in song, dance and comedy. Buy your
exclusive alumni presale tickets from April 15-16 by calling CTO at 310-825-2101.
On April 14, 1969, the UCLA Marching Band appeared on the Oscars telecast to perform
the song “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” Fifty years later, several band
members share their unforgettable experience. Watch the video.