UCLA’s Center for Accessible Education (CAE) provides students with disabilities the necessary accommodations to ensure they have access to instruction materials and other resources that contribute to their success at UCLA.BruinAccess
BruinAccess is a complimentary paratransit service that provides rides to students across campus or within the nearby area. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM-6:00 PM.
211 LA County 211 LA County centralizes all human and housing services offered within Los Angeles County. Community members can access services including: Disaster Preparedness Early Childhood Services Elderly Services Housing Veteran Services Re-entry Services24/7 Crisis Counseling
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) operates a crisis hotline for students 24/7. Phone Number: (310) 825-0768Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)
The Los Angeles (LA) County Department of Social Services offers individuals and families cash, food assistance, health, or employment services in need.Economic Crisis Response Team
The Economic Crisis Response Team (ECR Team) provides support to students, who have either disclosed or have been referred by faculty or staff, with financial crises.UCPD
UCLA Police Department receives 911 calls for any UCLA community member in need.
580 Café is a communal space for students to study and grab snacks. Location: St. Alban’s Church off of 580 Hilgard AvenueBruin Dine
Bruin Dine is a student organization that recovers leftover food from UCLA Dining Halls and redistributes it to students and staff on Tuesdays and Thursdays each quarter.CPO Basic Needs
The UCLA Community Programs Office (CPO) Food Box Giveaway Program distributes 1,000 boxes of food to students during the Thanksgiving and winter holiday breaks.Newman Café
Newman Café is a communal space for students to study and grab snacks. Location 633 Gayley Avenue
The UCLA CalFresh Initiative is a team of students who help assist undergraduate and graduate students apply for a grocery allowance of up to $281/month.Financial Aid Office (FAO)
The UCLA Financial Aid Office (FAO) provides students and their families guidance on applying for and managing financial assistance while students pursue higher education.Financial Wellness Program
The UCLA Financial Wellness Program (FWP) promotes financial literacy for students who may not understand how to budget or manage expenses. The FWP provides:
Housing & Family
Immediate, emergency housing for students in crises. Students may have access to university-owned housing for up to 14 days.Bruin Shelter
Bruin Shelter is a resource for students experiencing homelessness in the Greater Los Angeles area.UCLA Housing
UCLA Housing oversees different university-owned housing options for undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty members of the UCLA community.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides mental health support for students as they embark on their academic journey at UCLA.Peer Counseling
The UCLA Community Programs Office (CPO)’s Student Retention Center (SRC) provides peer counseling services for students who may experience academic, social, or cultural transitions at UCLA. Students can sign up for a peer counselor from anyone of the 5 Student Retention Projects:
The UCLA Community Programs Office (CPO) Commuter Van Service provides commuting students a guaranteed, safe ride home if they live within a 30-mile radius from campus. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 6:30 PM-9:30 PM.Transportation
UCLA Transportation coordinates transportation and parking services for the UCLA community.
The jane b. semel Healthy Campus Initiative (HCI) campus garden, located at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, is an on-campus space for the UCLA community to grow food, host classes and/or lead workshops on gardening in urban environments.FITTED
The UCLA Community Programs Office (CPO) Fitness Improvement Training through Education and Diet [FITTED] is a student retention project dedicated to providing free fitness and nutrition education classes for students.Little Bruins Clubhouse
The Little Bruins Clubhouse provides free and reduced cost youth programming at the John Wooden Center during the evening hours. Child participants include: diaper graduates to 14 year olds. Students with dependents may utilize the clubhouse at no cost.Teaching Kitchen
The Teaching Kitchen is an educational, interactive space to help students develop cooking skills and access nutrition education.