Each incoming UCLA class has faced unique challenges and possibilities influenced by the events and issues of the times. While obtaining a world-class education remains the top priority, how students navigate campus life beyond the classroom is ever evolving. Students in leadership positions are agents of change who engage in the higher education policy process and advocate critical issues that impact them and their peers.
Join Monica Sánchez, M.A. ’04, Ph.D. ’12, mayor of Pico Rivera, for a conversation with students as they provide insight into the campus climate and the exciting goals and initiatives they will tackle this year. From residential life to student government, hear how they enhance the student experience through academic, community-building, and social programs. Tune in to be informed, inspired, and assured that the future is in good hands.
Katelyn Timmons President, Student Alumni Association
Carl King President, Undergraduate Student Association Council
Noor Nahkaei President, Graduate Student Association
Vera Arenas Resident Assistant, Sproul Hall
Khale' Jackson College Corps Fellow
The UCLA Alumni Town Hall is a gathering place where Bruins can have their voices heard, ask essential questions, and receive transparency and expertise. Sign up now to submit questions that will help guide the conversation.
Hosted by Alumni Association President Ann Wang ’13
Tuesday, January 10, 2023; 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. PT
Since 2007, Chancellor Gene Block has overseen UCLA’s three-part mission of education, research, and service and served as a champion of accessible, high-quality public higher education. Under his leadership, UCLA has dramatically enhanced its position as a national leader that lifts up students of all backgrounds and shepherds their development as people and scholars.
Join Chancellor Block as he sits down with UCLA Alumni Association President Ann Wang ’13 to discuss what the future promises for UCLA — and what UCLA promises to you.