Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC)
The Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC) offers technology and support for UCLA students, faculty, and staff. CLICC provides services such as laptop lending, printing, study room reservations, projector loans, computer stations, and a wide variety of instructional software.
- Checkout laptops using your Bruincard at 7 different locations around campus! For FREE!
- The Evening Van Service provides a safe means of transportation around campus during the evening hours. The vans provide transportation between campus buildings, on-campus housing and nearby residential areas. The service is free of charge and available to all UCLA students, staff, faculty and visitors. For added safety, the vans are driven by Community Service Officers (CSOs) who carry two-way radios, providing a direct link to the UCLA Police Department.
- CSO escorts are available free of charge to walk with students, faculty, staff or visitors 365 days a year from dusk until 1 a.m. between campus buildings, local living areas or Westwood Village within the approximate boundaries of Sunset Boulevard to the north, Hilgard to the east, Wilshire to the South, and Veteran to the west.
- UCPD Website
Center for Community Learning
In collaboration with campus academic departments, the Center for Community Learning Office offers UCLA undergraduates the opportunity to participate in civic engagement through a variety of structured, rigorous academic courses that link theory with practice. The research interests of faculty and students are connected to the needs and priorities of community partners throughout Los Angeles and in the state, nation and larger global community.
Connect with the Center for Community Learning
Location | Box 951571, A265 Murphy Hall
Phone | 310.825.7867
Social Media | Facebook
Community Programs Office (CPO)
CPO provides student-initiated, student-run outreach, service and retention programs that focuses on giving back to historically marginalized communities by engaging, educating, and empowering students.
Resources available include programs through:
Service - Community Programs Office Student Association (CPOSA)
Retention - Campus Retention Committee (CRC) and Student Retention Center (SRC)
Access/Outreach - Student Initiated Outreach Center (SIOC)
Risk Management - Student Risk Education Committee (SREC)
Other terrific services offered through CPO are: the Test Bank (a resource that allows you to search and print out exams that professors have previously given out), the Food Closet (free food for students in need), FITTED (free fitness and health advising), the computer lab on the Student Activities Center (free computer use and 75 free pages of printing), cultural programs, and more. Be sure to check out the CPO!
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Office oversees most Honors societies at UCLA. They are a good point of contact if you should have any concerns or issues as a student at UCLA especially when it comes to campus climate, academic integrity, and other rights and regulations.
Connect with the Dean of Students
Office Hours | Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
The UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center is the crossroads of the LGBTQ community at UCLA, providing a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development. They foster an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, asexual, questioning, and same-gender-loving students, faculty, staff, alumni, their families, and the entire campus community.
Connect with the LGBT Center
Location | 220 Westwood Plaza B36, Student Activities Center
Social Media | Facebook
Phone | 310.206.3628
Center for Accessible Education (CAE)
CAE provides accommodations to students with permanent or temporary disabilities and most chronic medical conditions. Services include: research assistance, in class note taking, adaptive equipment for the classroom, mobility assistance, and much more. If you are not sure if you have a disability, please contact the CAE.
Connect with OSD
Contact | Locations and Phone
Registrar: Important Dates & Deadlines
The Registrar’s Office website offers a number of sources of information. The quarterly Schedule of Classes, General Catalog of course descriptions, and lists all important dates and deadlines can be found here. This is also where you will go for course registration dates, financial aid dates, deadlines to add/drop classes, information on changing grading type, and all other important deadlines to keep in mind for the quarter and for the entire year.
Some services are available online, by telephone, or in person. See the Registrar's Services Directory in the current Schedule of Classes for services that may be available through these media.
Residential Life is responsible for creating safe, supportive, and inclusive living-learning communities for students living on-campus. They offer resources like academic support resources and specialized programming.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services provides confidential legal counseling and assistance regarding a wide range of legal issues to all currently registered and enrolled UCLA students.
They are able to help students with a variety of problems, including: Landlord/Tenant Relations, Accident and Injury Problems, Domestic Violence and Harassment, Criminal Matters, Divorces and Other Family Law Matter, Automobile Purchases, Credit, Collections, and Financial Issues, Employment Matters, and Health Care and Consumer Problems.
They are also able to discuss issues students may be having with various UCLA departments such as housing, financial aid, discrimination, etc.
Students may make an appointment by telephone or in person, and there is a $10 fee for the initial one-hour consultation with an experienced attorney.
Student Organizations, Leadership, and Engagement (SOLE)
SOLE advises about 1000 campus organizations. Services include registration of new and continuing organizations, programming assistance, organization development, fundraising approval and guidelines, funding proposal consultation, and advisement on rules and regulations. The Main Office also approves time, place, and manner for the campus activities of registered organizations.
With so many groups on campus, there is a good chance there is one with your interest and liking. Search all the groups and organizations on campus.
UCLA Office of Ombuds Services (mediation and dispute resolution resources)
The Office of Ombuds Services is a place where members of the UCLA community (students, faculty, staff, and administration) can go for assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes, or complaints on an informal basis.
Acting as neutrals and committed to confidentiality, the Ombudspersons may gather information on complaints, clarify issues, expedite processes or, when appropriate, initiate mediation.
Connect with Office of Ombuds Services
Location | Strathmore Building, Suite 105
Office Hours | Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or by appointment
Phone | 310.825.7627
The Undergraduate Research Centers (URC)
The Undergraduate Research Center assists students in research. The centers support scholarly, critical, and creative research, provides mentoring and tutorials, and administers research stipends and scholarships.
The Center for Arts Office, Humanities and Social Sciences Office helps students improve their research skills, define academic interests and become a part of the university research community.
Location | Murphy Hall 334
The Center for Undergraduate Research in Sciences Office works to serve students and faculty in the life and physical sciences, engineering and mathematics. The center focuses on increasing the retention of science majors in all disciplines, as well as preparing students for academic and research careers.
Location | Life Science Building 2121
Undergraduate Students Association (USAC)
USAC is a student governing body made up of fourteen student officers and commissioners that are elected by members of the Undergraduate Students Association.
Elections are held every year in the spring. There are many leadership, job, and internship opportunities through USAC that transfers should certainly get involved in if they are interested in the politics and policy of student government.
The transfer community has its very own Transfer Representative in USAC !