The Black Bruin Resource Center makes space on campus for UCLA’s Black and African Diaspora community, serving as a home base where students, staff and faculty can find academic support and resources, socialize, foster mental health and organize as a community. This long-awaited center, opened in its new location in Kerckhoff Hall, after launching remotely in fall 2020. It is the manifestation of UCLA's historical movement for social justice and inspired by a legacy of student advocacy.
For one week each summer, Bruin families would have the time of their lives vacationing on the grounds of the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Lodge. It went beyond relaxation and family bonding. As one guest puts it, "Bruin Woods was adult summer camp, frat party and a UCLA cruise on land all rolled into one. And the kids absolutely loved it."
Alumni Scholarships attract high achieving students by helping ease the financial burden of college. By reading and ranking scholarship applications from newly admitted students, you’ll help identify and support the best of the best from an incredible body of potential Bruins. Volunteer to make a difference!
What’s there to eat at UCLA? Plenty, of course. The food options are as diverse as the student body. From full service restaurants to fast food take-out, coffee shops to Award-winning residential cuisine, this new series features the current dining choices on campus, complete with actual student reviews of their experience. First up is Central Campus.
Dedicated UCLA philanthropist and volunteer Bob Wilson '53, the namesake of Wilson Plaza, died on Jan. 24. The Wilsons' generosity toward UCLA spanned five decades, which included the endowment of student scholarships, the renovation of Pauley, and his leadership of the UCLA Foundation and Campaign UCLA. Read more in Class Notes.