On-Campus Resources

*Resources marked with an asterisk are departments with UCLA Student Affairs. The mission of Student Affairs is to support the teaching, research, and public service functions of the University by providing programs, services, and educational experiences which promote the academic success of UCLA students and enhance the quality of campus life. [Our] programs and services are geared toward supporting the mental, social, and physical growth and development needs of our students in a healthy, safe, and intellectually-challenging environment.

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Career

Career Center*

(310) 206-1915
The Career Center offers many services to students such as career counseling, job listings, assistance with resume writing, on-campus interviewing and much more.

Counseling

Counseling and Psychological Services*

(310) 825-0768
Professionally trained counselors offer a variety of services to registered UCLA students including individual, couples & group counseling and psychotherapy; as well as outreach, prevention, and referrals. Appointments are free, voluntary and confidential.

Counselors available by phone 24 hours daily

UCLA Psychology Clinic

(310) 825-2305
The UCLA Psychology Clinic provides individual, couples, family and group therapy, as well as psychological assessment and testing for a sliding scale fee. Services are available to for UCLA students, staff, and faculty and to the general community.

Disability

Office for Students with Disabilities*

(310) 825-1501 (voice)
(310) 206-6083 (TTY/TDD)
The Office for Students with Disabilities provides services to meet the unique educational needs of regularly enrolled students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities.

Financial

Financial Aid Office*

(310) 206-0400
The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to help remove financial barriers to assist students in meeting the rising cost of attendance at the institution. Emergency loans are also available to those who qualify.

Scholarship Resource Center

(310) 206-2875
The Scholarship Resource Center provides scholarship information, resources, and support services to all UCLA students regardless of financial aid eligibility. The SRC is a "self-service" center that gathers listings and makes them accessible to students who are searching for scholarships and other types of funding. The SRC offers an on-site library of scholarship books and our website offers access to numerous scholarship listings from within and outside of UCLA; both are available to the public at no charge. For UCLA students only, we provide scholarship-related writing assistance, workshops, and scholarship counseling.

The SRC is open Monday through Friday:
11am – 6pm: Regular academic year
12pm - 5p.m: Summer

Gender Issues & Concerns

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center *

(310) 206-3628
The LGBT Resource Center provides a range of education, information and advocacy services and works to create and maintain an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, faculty, staff, their families and the campus community at large.

Group Services & Programs

Dashew International Center for Students and Scholars (DICSS)*

(310) 824-5840
The Dashew International Center for Students and Scholars provides programs and services to help international students and scholars adjust to their new lives on campus and in the Los Angeles community, and to build bridges between UCLA’s international and domestic communities.

Center for Student Programming (CSP)*

(310) 825-7041
The Center for Student Programming (CSP) provides a centralized location for the dissemination of information on campus organizations and opportunities for students to become involved. CSP provides registration, advising and counseling to all student groups on campus. The Bruin Leaders Project (BLP), Spirit Squad, and Rally Committee, as well as both student governments—Undergraduate Students Association Council and the Graduate Students Association—are also advised out of CSP.

Academic Advancement Program (AAP)

(310) 206-1805
The Academic Advancement Program (AAP) is a multiracial program whose mission is threefold: first, to ensure the academic success, retention, and graduation of all AAP students; second, to increase the numbers of AAP students entering graduate and professional schools; and, third, to develop the academic, scientific, political, economic, and community leadership necessary to lead and transform our society in the twenty-first century.  AAP encourages and promotes academic achievement and excellence by providing students with tutoring, academic programs, academic, personal, and career counseling, graduate mentoring, scholarships, research opportunities, and stipends, opportunities to participate in innovative science programs, and a computer lab.

Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)*

(310) 794-4074
The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) is an academic preparation program that prepares students for the opportunity to make college possible by working together with families, educators, schools and communities to promote and cultivate a college-going culture.

Community Programs Office (CPO)*

(310) 825-5969
The Community Programs Office serves as an umbrella office for the Student Retention Center, the Community Service Projects and the Student Initiated Outreach Center. Established in 1970 by concerned students, staff and faculty, the CPO strives to develop personal growth by raising our consciousness so that our experiences and management skills become relevant to community empowerment and in creating a better world for all humanity.

Graduate Resource Center

(310) 267-4805
The UCLA Graduate Student Resource Center is a Graduate Students Association initiative that is managed by Student Affairs. The GSRC is a one-stop resource, referral and information center for graduate students, offering programs and workshops on a variety of topics, drop-in counseling, a web and in-house resource library, meeting and study space, and the opportunity for social interaction. The GSRC also works with GSA to organize the New Graduate Student Orientation each fall. All graduate and professional students are welcome.

Health and Well-being

Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center*

(310) 825-4073
The UCLA Ashe Center is geared to the special health needs of students. They offer care in three basic clinical areas: Primary Care Clinic, Specialty Clinics (including Men's Clinic), and Women's Health Service. Pharmacy, laboratory, nutrition, physical therapy and many other services are also offered.

Student Development & Health Education (SDHE)*

(310) 825-3945
Student Development & Health Education, an office of the Bruin Resource Center, offers programs and academic courses to help students deal with challenging transitional issues they may face during their college years, such as coping with stress, managing emotions, problem-solving, body image and nutrition concerns and developing social & cultural competence. Often in collaboration with other campus organizations, we provide experiences that facilitate a student’s ability to build developmental, psychosocial, and cognitive skills that will enhance their academic success at UCLA.

SNAC*

www.snac.ucla.edu
The SNAC website provides up-to-date information about food, nutrition, and fitness. Students can learn how to deal with the unique challenges that college students face to eating well, being active, and feeling good about their bodies on campus.

Conflict Mediation or Legal Assistance

The Office of the Dean of Students*

(310) 825-3871
The Office of the Dean of Students exists to assist students with any questions about the University. The Office's purpose is to create a climate that promotes the personal and intellectual development of students by offering both support and challenge. The office will handle complaints about students who violate the Student Conduct Code.

UCLA Ombuds Office*

(310) 825-7627
The Office of Ombuds Services is a place where members of the UCLA community–students, faculty, staff and administrators–can go for assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes or complaints on an informal basis. In order to afford visitors the greatest freedom in using its services, the Office is independent, neutral and confidential.

Student Legal Services*

(310) 825-9894
Student Legal Services (SLgS) provides legal counseling and assistance regarding a wide range of legal issues to all currently registered and enrolled UCLA students. SLgS is 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 matters; automobile purchase, repair, and insurance problems; health care, credit, and financial aid issues; and consumer problems. SLgS also frequently assists students with problems they have with other UCLA departments in such areas as housing, financial aid, harassment, discrimination, ADA compliance, student discipline, and faculty misconduct.

Relationship Concerns

Counseling and Psychological Services*

(310) 825-0768
Professionally trained counselors offer a variety of services to registered UCLA students including individual, couples & group counseling and psychotherapy; as well as outreach, prevention, and referrals. Appointments are free voluntary and confidential.

Counselors available by phone 24 hours daily.

UCLA Psychology Clinic

(310) 825-2305
The UCLA Psychology Clinic provides individual, couples, family and group therapy, as well as psychological assessment and testing for a sliding scale fee. Services are available to for UCLA students, staff, and faculty and to the general community.