Check out campus resources for both you and your Bruin.

Academic Advancement Program

Campbell Hall, Room 1205

AAP, UCLA’s nationally recognized multicultural program, promotes academic achievement and excellence by providing services to students that include academic advising, collaborative learning workshops, peer learning and mentoring to prepare for graduate studies. AAP welcomes all students whose academic profiles indicate that they would benefit from the guidance and support available through the program.

Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center

221 Westwood Plaza

The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center provides quality health care to support the development and success of all UCLA students. Comprehensive services include primary care, women’s health, immunizations and physical therapy. Ashe also offers a dedicated 24/7 nurse consult line, self-testing options, a same-day access clinic, telemedicine visits and, in Ackerman Union, U See LA Optometry and Bruin Health Pharmacy.

BruinCard Center

Kerckhoff Hall, Room 123

Discover the features and benefits of a BruinCard, your student’s official UCLA identification card that provides pre-paid debit for purchases at campus stores and restaurants and at select Westwood merchants. Students use BruinCards daily for meal swipes at residence halls, doing laundry, library access and entry to campus recreation facilities.

Center for Accessible Education (CAE)

Murphy Hall, Room A255

CAE offers services designed to meet the unique educational needs of regularly enrolled students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities. Visit CAE to learn more about the services and accommodations available to students, as well as the registration process.

Center for Academic Advising in the College

Murphy Hall, Room A316

The Center is a collective of programs that nurtures students’ academic growth and maximizes their engagement at UCLA and beyond. Center programs foster the personal and intellectual development of students and professional staff to engage critically in their academic and professional journeys as lifelong learners.

Fraternity & Sorority Life

Kerckhoff Hall, Room 109

The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life serves to enhance the growth and development of UCLA students through their membership in, or engagement with, the fraternity and sorority community. Find out what it means to share in the fraternity/sorority experience, which has been thriving since 1923 at UCLA.

Hillel Center for Jewish Life at UCLA

574 Hilgard Ave.

Stop by Hillel at UCLA to get acquainted with all things #JewishBruinLife! Hillel serves as the ‘Home on Hilgard’ for all Jewish students at UCLA, including those interested in Jewish identity, learning, leadership, Israel, social justice, and so much more! Stop by on Friday, Oct 27th to tour the building and grab a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Drink Special during the day. The heart of Bruin Family Weekend at Hillel is Friday night dinner and services.  Saturday Shabbat lunch is hosted by our Orthodox Union Rabbinic couple. Though it is preferred that you register in advance, we will accommodate walk-ins to the very best of our ability!

Student Accounts Office

Murphy Hall, Room 1121

Learn how to manage your BruinBill online with features like BruinDirect, BruinPay Plan, Third Party View and eCheck payments.

UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center

Murphy Hall, Room 2231

UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center, envisioned and supported by Jane and Terry Semel, 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. Since its inception, Semel HCI has acted as a spark plug and home for health-related work, helping to leverage the strengths of individuals and institutions on and off campus. Semel HCI promotes the “healthy choice as the easy choice” through its seven major thematic areas, called pods: BEWell, BreatheWell, EatWell, EngageWell, MindWell, MoveWell and ResearchWell.

Bruin Family Weekend Gathering