Campus Resources and Support Services Around UCLA Available to Students


Click here to view UCLA’s Red Folder with resources for assisting students in distress.

Resources for Students:

Note: You can also provide the following list to your students in your course syllabus or as a resource on CCLE.

Campus Resources and Support Services around UCLA Available to Students:

  • Academic Achievement Program: AAP advocates and facilitates the access, academic success, and graduation of students who have been historically underrepresented in higher education; informs and prepares students for graduate and professional schools; and develops the academic, scientific, political, economic, and community leadership necessary to transform society. Learn more at
  • Academics in the Commons at Covel Commons: (310) 825-9315 free workshops on a wide variety of issues relating to academic & personal success (click on “academics”)
  • Academic Counseling: Academic counseling can help students determine how to fulfill requirements, create degree objectives, or decide on a major.
  • Bruin Resource Center: Includes services for transfer students, undocumented students, veterans, and students with dependents.
  • Healthy Campus Initiave:
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center Student Activities Center, B36: (310) 206-3628
  • Library:  Get help with your research, find study spaces, attend a workshop, rent a laptop, and more. Learn more:
    • Library Study Spaces for Groups:
  • Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Report an incident, access resources and attend public events:
  • Recreation and FitWell: Get fit!
  • Students in Crisis: From the Office of the Dean of Students: Faculty and Staff 911 Guide for Students, commonly known as the “Red Folder.” This tool is intended to provide you with quick access to important resources for assisting students in need.
  • Study strategies based on Cognitive Psychology research:
  • Undergraduate Research Portal:  The Undergraduate Research Portal helps students and faculty connect over research opportunities.  It’s available now under the Academics tab on MyUCLA and can be directly accessed at,
  • Undergraduate Writing Center: Peer learning facilitators (PLFs) are undergraduates who understand the challenges of writing at UCLA. Scheduled appointment and walk-in options are available, see for more information about writing programs and to get assistance with your writing.
  • UCLA ONE is UCLA’s interactive, online gateway for mentorship, professional networking, peer driven career advice and exclusive job leads.  (Similar to LinkedIn for the UCLA community)

Bruin Resource Center: Student Activities Center, Suite B44: (310) 825-3945;