Programs and Services

UCLA Campus

UCLA Campus Life is a division of Student Affairs that is committed to promoting student engagement and development on campus and out in the community. In all programs and activities, we strive to create opportunities that are educational, inclusive, leadership-focused, sustainable, and healthy. Through a variety of initiatives, UCLA students experience meaningful, learning-filled activities that facilitate lifestyles with balance among academic endeavors, extracurricular pursuits, and personal wellness. 

Most UCLA students are affiliated with Campus Life programs and activities, including the more than 1,000 student organizations, club sports or intramural teams, leadership experiences, and community service initiatives. Some Campus Life programs provide students the opportunity to design and administer their own endeavors on- and off-campus. Other Campus Life programs make it possible for students to earn academic course credits (through service-learning projects), to receive grants and scholarships, and to acquire certificates for a distinct achievement or for some professional training. In summary, for the UCLA student community and beyond, Campus Life is pivotal in helping to develop and nurture active and meaningful engagement on- and off-campus.

UCLA Recreation (REC)

UCLA Recreation is dedicated to providing high-quality recreational and learning experiences that reflect the varied leisure and wellness needs of the UCLA community.

Community Programs Office (CPO)

CPO serves as UCLA's cross-cultural center, and aims to build and nurture an inclusive and diverse community of scholars and leaders who are dedicated to giving back through student-run and student-initiated outreach, service, and retention programs.

Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE)

SOLE advises UCLA's 1,200 student organizations, and strives to empower through active engagement with an emphasis on fostering student-led organizational development, leadership, and service. 

Veteran's Resource Center (VRC)

The Veteran Resource Center (VRC) provides caring and personalized support to UCLA undergraduate and graduate student veterans. We help our veterans navigate UCLA and provide a welcoming space, mentoring from student veterans, guidance on educational benefits, and tools to succeed academically and personally.

Fraternity and Sorority Relations (FSL)

The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) serves to enhance the growth and development of UCLA students through their membership in, or engagement with, the fraternity and sorority community. The Office aims to provide an integrative learning environment that fosters a sense of belonging for the individual student rooted in a shared commitment to their fraternal oath and our True Bruin Values: Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Service, and Excellence.

UCLA Spirit Squad  

The Spirit Squad is comprised of three components, the Cheer Squad, Dance Team, and Yell Crew, the latter of which includes UCLA’s iconic mascots, Joe and Josie Bruin. Together, they represent UCLA at hundreds of events and athletic competitions per year, and have become synonymous with the university’s worldwide brand and image.  

Student Health Education & Promotion (SHEP)

Our vision is to cultivate a supportive UCLA campus community that optimizes the healthiest possible development, fosters academic success, and creates a platform for life-long well-being of the campus community and all its members.

Campus Life Sponsorship 

Campus Life Sponsorship is involved in many campus events and programs that serve students (undergraduate & graduate), employees, and campus groups.  Throughout these varied engagements a focus is maintained on promoting sustainability, important cause-related efforts, the latest technology utilization, and meaningful connections among individuals and organizations.  

Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP)

SSP is a supplemental funding source for all registered campus organizations and official student governments. SSP funding aims to support all student activities and programs that benefit the campus community.

Campus Life Venues & Events

The Venues & Events office collaborates with UCLA departments and external affiliates to accommodate annual functions, as well as to host a diverse array of new and exciting events that benefit the UCLA community.

Respondent Services (RS) 

Respondent Services (RS) can assist UCLA (and UCLA Health) students, staff and faculty who have allegedly violated the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (SVSH).  RS assists with explaining the rights of a respondent; navigating the resolution; investigation and/or adjudication processes; answering questions related to the policies and procedures; and providing information about and making referrals to other related campus resources.