UCLA Black Alumni Association (UBAA) invites you to attend Black to Westwood Homecoming Week 2021.
Return to Westwood, virtually and in-person, and join Black Bruins from across the nation for its 3rd annual homecoming celebration. This reunion will include opportunities for the Bruin community to learn, reconnect and hear from UCLA's campus entities that support Black life on campus.
Check out this week's offerings for ways to be a part of UCLA Black Alumni Association's fun-filled reunion and other activities happening during the week related to Black life at UCLA.
RSVP to attend Black to Westwood events including UBAA's Fall General Meeting, Economic Summit, Black N Blue Part III, Black to Westwood Homecoming Party, UCLA v. Oregon Homecoming Football Game Tailgate and Winston C. Doby Legacy Scholars Meet & Greet.
RSVP required for all in-person events
The UCLA Alumni Town Hall is a gathering place where Bruins can have their voices heard, ask important questions, and receive transparency and truth. Join us as Megan McEvoy, Professor at the Institute for Society and Genetics, and Michael J. Beck, Administrative Vice Chancellor, discuss returning to campus.
Celebrate Rafer Johnson '59 exemplified the True Bruin spirit during his time on and off campus. He carried the Olympic torch for the 1984 Summer Olympics and he lit the way for thousands of Special Olympics athletes around the world. He’s left an enduring impact on both the campus and the world through his contributions as an athlete, a humanitarian and an advocate. Join us during Homecoming Week to celebrate his life with the UCLA community.
Celebrate the grand opening of the Black Bruin Resource Center by being one of the first 200 supporters of its first Spark Campaign. The center will offer Bruins of the African Diaspora ways to connect with their peers, faculty, staff, alumni and UCLA as a whole.
As always, we thank you for your love and support — our diverse alumni community means the world to us.