Learn more about theLearning-Aligned Employment Program (LAEP). This new program, funded by the California Student Aid Commission aims to provide paid, career-building jobs for undergrads with financial need.
A program that provides career mentorship to college students and recent graduates on the autism spectrum and those with developmental disabilities. Another that ensures children in the Mojave Desert will […]
New program launched thanks in part to overwhelming popularity of the campus’s existing minor.
SCENES FROM UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
Jerzy Messan shares his community-based research project conducted as part of the Astin Scholars Program
Harmanie Taylor, left, and Vanessa Cruz perform a duet during the Dancing Disability Lab at UCLA. Photo by Reed Hutchinson
Chinyere Nwonye ’19 interviews Raymond Turner, a former teammate of Arthur Ashe, for the Arthur Ashe Oral History Project.
Based on its successful first few years of incubating startups at UCLA, the Blackstone Charitable Foundation has partnered with the University of California to bring the Blackstone LaunchPad to eight more UC campuses.
UCLA Travel Study Student Ambassador Jessica Helfond poses in Rome with her professor and classmates on the UCLA Travel Study program “Italian: Renaissance and Modernity” in 2019.
New Student Advisors (NSAs) welcome new Bruins to campus during New Student Orientation.
Undergraduate students share their research projects at Undergraduate Research Week.
At Undergraduate Research Week’s Poster Day, students display their research posters in Pauley Pavilion.
Director of the Scholarship Resource Center Angela Deaver-Campbell works with students to find scholarship opportunities.
The Division of Undergraduate Education serves as the campus-wide advocate for undergraduate education, providing leadership to achieve the highest quality of teaching and learning; it also promotes academic success for UCLA’s diverse undergraduate population, ensuring options for all students to engage in a challenging array of educational opportunities, from foundational general education courses to advanced research and honors projects.