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Club Name: Active Minds
Club Summary: Active Minds is a mental health advocacy group on UCLA’s campus that aims to change the conversation around mental health! Our goal is to educate and inspire the Bruin community to speak out about mental health. We are one of the twelve committees under the Student Wellness Commission on campus.
Club Summary: E3: Ecology, Economy, Equity is one of the biggest and broadest environmental student organizations on the UCLA campus. As an organization seeking to create a system that incorporates environmental responsibility, economic viability, and human justice, we welcome any and all students interested in sustainability no matter what year you are or what your major is. E3 is made up of five different campaigns: Earth Month, Fair Trade, H2O Project, Project TEAL, and Zero Waste. From social events to collaborating on different educational outreach, E3 is a great place to connect with others and make a difference!
Club Name: Bruin Blood Initiative ( PreMed-PreHealth: Bruin Blood Initiative / Bruin Blood and Platelet Center )
Club Summary: Bruin Blood Initiatives purpose is to promote awareness of blood related issues beyond UCLAs campus and encourage students to donate at Blood and Platelet Centers. We strive to educate UCLA students and encourage donations through our community outreach and research.
Club Summary: We are an entirely student-led club sport focused on bringing Bruins a common place on campus to run, explore, and have fun together. All of our members come from a wide variety of running backgrounds; whether you are a first-time jogger looking for workout partners or a former cross-country/track athlete seeking to stay competitive, we welcome you all!
Club Summary: CHAARG stands for Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls. It is a fitness, health, and wellness organization aimed at helping college women find their fit. CHAARG empowers women to take control of their mental and physical health, while creating a community of women who support one another.
Club Name: Dig: The Campus Garden Coalition at UCLA
Club Summary: DIG is a coalition of gardeners and plant enthusiasts alike working to educate, engage, and empower the UCLA community. We host weekly workshops revolving around food systems and sustainability, including topics such as seed starting, cooking, and even creating nutrient-rich compost from dining hall food scraps! We strive to create an atmosphere that encourages members to use their experiences to enact changes in their own everyday lives. Recently, we have begun focusing on food insecurity issues, and as part of this we donate the majority of our produce to the Food Closet on campus.
Club Summary: Daring Bruins is an organization that strives to build a safe space for all students to support each other in loving themselves for who they really are. Students will have the chance to live inside their stories and not feel pressured to live in the stories of others. We will provide workshops that not only encourage students to be vulnerable but also provide the essential knowledge to teach the importance of vulnerability to underserved populations in the L.A. County. By achieving this mission, we aim to instill the core belief that we are all enough and worthy of love.
Club Summary: Falun Dafa at UCLA is a student-run meditation club. We hold free weekly workshops on Falun Dafa, a peaceful practice rooted in Buddhist tradition and now practiced by 100 million people in over 80 countries worldwide. It consists of meditation, energy exercises, and a moral philosophy of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. We hope to encourage personal and social well-being through cultivation practice that relieves stress, increases energy, improves physical health, and promotes spiritual growth.
Club Name: International Collegiate Health Initiative Volunteer Association (ICHI Volunteer Association)
Club Summary: The ICHI Volunteer Association is a student-run club that serves to provide volunteers for partner non-profit organizations. The purpose of the volunteers association is to create opportunities for UCLA students who wish to receive experience in a clinical setting as volunteers for partner non-profit organizations. Volunteers will work as clinic assistants, fundraising delegates, and nutritional assistance providers. We strive to provide Services for the Community, By the Community‚ in order to empower the communities we serve. Our ultimate goal is to initiate the establishment of world-wide health care and education stemming from University Campuses across the globe.
Club Summary: UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center prioritizes the health and wellness of students, faculty and staff. It is a campus-wide effort to draw upon UCLA’s world renowned research and teaching, to find new and innovative ways to promote living well on campus, and to share that education and research with other communities, both locally and beyond. Semel HCI promotes health through its seven major thematic areas, called pods: BEWell, BreatheWell, EatWell, EngageWell, MindWell, MoveWell and ResearchWell. These pods focus on different aspects of health, such as physical, mental, and more, and we provide resources in all of these various areas.
Club Summary: SEARCH: Student Education and Research on Contemporary Health—our name says it all. We know that there is a lot of research out there on health issues that are currently plaguing college students, but we want to cater out research and solutions specifically to the UCLA student body. Being a college student requires juggling academics, extra-curricular activities, work, friends, and family among a myriad of other things. And most of the time our health is pushed into the backseat leading to the formation of unhealthy habits. Our goal is to find research studies and conduct our own research about healthy living styles and healthy alternatives to common choices and to disseminate this research to the UCLA student body so we can arm them with the tools they need to make the decisions that are best for them not only now, but also for their future.
Club Summary: Competitive teams run by student officers that compete against other universities. The majority of these teams compete in intercollegiate leagues external to UCLA. Each team sets its own competitive structure, offering both competitive and non-competitive teams. Some teams will hold tryouts in order to initiate cuts in order to determine who belongs on which level. Team members pay dues to compete for their sport and are provided campus resources to fundraise. Team leaders are also required to attend leadership and professional development trainings as put on by Competitive Sports professional staff.
Our program currently has 54 different teams and 2,700+ participants, with many teams qualifying for/winning their national tournaments year in and year out!
Club Summary: UCLA Dragon Boat is a student-run competitive club sports team. Dragon Boat is an intense sport consisting of twenty man canoes with everyone working in unison to be the fastest boat on the water. For the past 15 years, the team has demonstrated a strong sense of enthusiasm and spirit for the sport, embodying the spirit of competition and excellence. Through hard work and dedication, our team not only helps its members develop as paddlers, but also as students, athletes, and leaders. Above all else, UCLA Dragon Boat strives to be competitive, passionate, and fun.
Club Summary: Greetings fellow wizards and witches! Over the past few years, UCLA Quidditch has established itself as one of the top powerhouse teams in the nation. Though quidditch looks silly to play at first, it’s one of the most fun sports out there, and we always welcome new members. We approach each season with the goal of bringing a national title to Westwood but always ensure that we’re having fun while we pursue that goal. Just bring an open mind, and we’ll teach you the rest to have you on your way to becoming the next Harry Potter.
Club Summary: In addition to promoting Chinese culture and encouraging physical activity, we offer a very tight-knit, friendly and diverse community for anyone interested in learning or practicing martial arts!
Club Summary: Our mission is to provide student-athletes with the opportunity to participate in a competitive, organized collegiate club sport and a community of female athletes that support one another. Through our work ethic and dedication to school and softball, we strive to build strong, long lasting relationships to learn from one another while enjoying the sport we’ve all come to love.
Club Summary: We are a sexual education organization through SWC! We promote and teach about consent, communication, pleasure, and sexual-health. We hold workshops on campus, special events, and educational series on social media.
Social Media: @UCLASexperts (instagram), Sexperts at UCLA (Facebook)
Club Summary: The UCLA Women’s Club Soccer Team gives current UCLA students the opportunity to continue playing soccer in a very competitive setting while at UCLA. The team represents UCLA and competes against club teams from other universities. As a member of the West Coast Soccer Association, the team competes in the Premier Central League against teams such as UC Santa Barbara, UC Irvine, and USC.
Club Summary: Hello All, Welcome to the New Student Orientation and thank you for showing an interest in learning more about the University Credit Union. University Credit Union (UCU) is a purpose-driven financial cooperative dedicated to giving the University Community a financial edge. UCU traces its roots back to 1951, when the credit union was founded on UCLAs campus in Royce Hall by University employees.