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From mentorship and mental health care to financial aid and fun activities, UCLA helps all students get the most out of their educational experience.
One size does not fit all when it comes to the college experience. Students come to UCLA from all walks of life, bringing with them their experiences, talents, and passions. And each one finds unique successes and challenges along the way.
That’s why Student Affairs oversees more than 25 programs and 1,200 student groups that reflect the diversity of UCLA. These inclusive resources offer the opportunity for personal and professional development to all scholars — including those from nontraditional or underrepresented backgrounds, such as students with disabilities, transfer students, undocumented students, former foster youth, parenting students, and veterans.
The Students’ Greatest Needs fund is one more resource that helps close financial gaps, whether for students facing unexpected hardships or for helping Bruins take advantage of valuable programs that help them grow. Gifts to the flexible fund enable UCLA to offer students responsive support, such as:
Thanks to the fund, thousands of students have been able to enjoy a one-of-a-kind UCLA experience. Your gift will help future generations create their own.
Student Affairs supports student development, community engagement, and diversity.
Recreation programs promote competition, social engagement, exercise, and more.
Student Affairs encourages student learning and growth in and outside the classroom.
At Powell Library, students can discover intellectual passions and explore creative talents.
The Veterans Resource Office helps student veterans navigate college life.
Some 8,000 students participate each year in UCLA Intramural sports leagues and events.
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