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April 12, 2019 - April 13, 2019
What’s happening in the Student Union:
Paying for Your UCLA Education (Presentation)
Explore the many resources available to finance your UCLA education — an investment that’s worth it. This presentation will cover the total cost of attending UCLA, payment plans and strategies that will help reduce costs, including grants, work-study programs, need- and merit-based scholarships, scholarship search tools, loans and more. Advisors will be available to help students and families navigate all the financial aspects of entering UCLA.
Associated Students UCLA (Open House)
The Associated Students UCLA (ASUCLA) is the student-controlled, non-profit organization that has provided retail and student union services to UCLA since 1919. Today, ASUCLA has evolved into the largest student association in the country. Learn about opportunities for involvement and employment in the Student Union, Event Services, UCLA Restaurants, UCLA Store and more.
Financial Aid and Scholarships (Open House)
Learn about financing your UCLA education. Get information on scholarships and a range of financial services for students and families. Representatives from Financial Aid and Scholarships will be on hand to answer questions about grants, loans, provisional award letters and work study.
Fraternity and Sorority Life (Open House)
Roughly 4,000 students are involved in more than 67 fraternities and sororities and committed to academics, community service and developing leaders within and beyond the community. Come meet with current chapter presidents, council presidents, executive board members and staff to learn about the programs, services, resources and opportunities affiliated with social Greek-letter organizations.
Veterans and Dependents of Veterans Resources (Presentation)
The Veterans Resource Center supports veterans and their eligible dependents as they transition to student life at UCLA. Get information about state and federal education benefits and scholarships. Learn about the benefit certification process at UCLA and the campus and community resources offered to veterans and their families.