From now through September, alumni networks worldwide are hosting New Bruin Send-offs to welcome incoming students and families to UCLA. Ranging from backyard gatherings to potluck picnics, these events showcase the reach and strength of the UCLA community, provide a space for students and parents to ask questions and give alumni a chance to share their UCLA experience. Attend a Send-off near you!
Celebrate UCLA’s Centennial with Chancellor Gene Block as he leads a delegation of faculty and students to various cities in East Asia. This all-new program illuminates UCLA’s historic first 100 years as we enter the next century stronger than ever.
The scenic view atop Janss Steps tells the story of UCLA and the changing landscape. Since its construction in 1928, the westward expansion of the campus foreshadowed UCLA's successes in collegiate sports and the transformation of student life from commuter school to a vibrant residential community.
This decade was a time of great tragedy on the world stage, which touched every aspect of life at UCLA. Yet many of our treasured traditions were born in this era, from Spring Sing to the battle for the Victory Bell, as well as the founding several world-renowned professional schools. It also introduced us to the greatest coach of all time.
A hub of academic, athletic and cultural achievement, UCLA has no shortage of free galleries and exhibitions to showcase fascinating works of art, scientific discoveries and a sports memorabilia collection like no other. Take a visual tour of these campus museums and add them to your Westwood bucket list.
UCLA's recent NCAA championship should come as no surprise. From the owner and CEO of the AVP, Donald Sun '98, to legendary players and Olympians, UCLA athletes are making their mark in professional beach volleyball, a sport on the rise with Bruins leading the way.