In these uncertain and trying times, here are some tips on how you can affect the many aspects of daily life that remain under your control, including how you take care of your emotional, social and physical well-being, and your ability to support your friends, family and community. As UCLA coronavirus news unfolds, go to UCLA’s COVID-19 website for the latest updates.
Do you miss networking with other Bruins? Take part in a collective sharing of ideas on how alumni can be supportive, informed and entertained during this time of social distancing and virtual communication. Whether it's sharing recipes online or a webinar on career-advancing skills, we value your opinion on how we can keep the Bruin community connected.
Your professional online community, UCLA ONE, is available to help continue the Bruin connection and support we provide one another. After logging in, visit your “Willing to Help” options and be a resource for students and alumni going through a time of uncertainty. UCLA ONE is most effective when Bruins use it to help one another in our time of need.
This month, more than 100,000 high school seniors throughout the world will learn if they’ve been accepted for UCLA’s class of 2024. See what today's requirements are and the financial costs of a UCLA education. Boomers, Gen-Xers, even Millennials might be surprised at what it takes to be a Bruin these days.
The tumultuous 90s saw a major earthquake, citywide riots and a hunger strike on campus. It was also an era of advances in tech, the graduation of future change makers and UCLA's elevation to one of the nation's premier research universities. Bruins flourished in sports, arts and science, winning two Nobel Peace Prizes and the Big Dance.
As the global community unites to combat the novel coronavirus, we Bruins have a traditional expression when faced with a challenge – we Fight! Fight! Fight! Watch the latest 8-Clap video and know that we're all in this together and we'll support one another as one Bruin community.