Representatives from a variety of UCLA offices will be available to answer any lingering questions you may have. Look for the ASUCLA table!
All UCLA students are members of Associated Students UCLA (ASUCLA) – a student-led, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing fellow students with the services, spaces, and support they need to supplement their academic endeavors. In this session, you’ll hear from both students and staff, learning about how ASUCLA provides opportunity for flexible job, involvement in student…
This presentation will discuss important issues for your health and well-being outside the classroom. All new UCLA students are required to attend this presentation.
Featuring Cabaret, a show preformed by the NSTP staff. Following Cabaret, go to Level A for Bruin Nights, with music and dancing, a photo booth, casino and board games, trivia, prizes, and more.
New Student Advisors share their experiences as part of UCLA’s rich, diverse community. You will have a chance to talk about the presentation in your orientation group.
Enjoy the music while visiting the tables near the dining area for more information about some of UCLA’s student groups and services.
A presentatino on safety and preparing for emergencies by the UCLA Police Department (UCPD) and the Office of Emergency Management.
Being a part of UCLA means understanding the standards for yourself, for others, as well as for the campus community. Learn what it means to be a True Bruin from the Dean of Students and the Discrimination Prevention Office.
Dine in one of our many ASUCLA restuarant from sushi to salad to burgers, anything you’re craving is at the Student Union. A-level: Kikka Sushi (sushi and udon) Curbside (sandwiches and snacks) Buzz Coffeehouse (coffee and pastries) TacoBell (tacos and burritos) Carl’s Jr. (burgers and fries) Jamba Juice. (smoothies and acai bowls) Level 1: Panda…
Presented by one of UCLA’s faculty, listen to what students can expect from faculty, what faculty expect from students, and how to thrive in your classes and research at UCLA.