Resources

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - CAPS provides short-term, high-quality mental health treatment including assessment, consultation and case management; group and individual therapy and psychiatry services. They can also assist in connecting to community referrals. To get started at CAPS, visit during their Brief Screen hours (Monday - Thursday 9AM - 4PM or Fridays 9AM - 3PM). If you need to speak with a counselor urgently 24/7, please call: 310-825-0768.

  • Resilience In your Student Experience (RISE) Wellness Center - RISE is a new wellness center on-campus (Lu Valle Commons basement) which hosts various workshops and can be a great place to recharge.

  • Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) Program - CARE is committed to the eradication of sexual and gender-based violence through creating and sustaining a safe, healthy, and equitable community for all people. CARE strives to achieve this through provision of comprehensive prevention education, individual support and advocacy, and holistic healing programs for all members of the UCLA community.

  • Screening and Treatment for Anxiety and Depression (STAND) Program - Use the Mental Health Tracker, a 5-10 minute survey, to assess whether you are experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression. After viewing your results, immediately register for a free treatment option that best fits your needs or continue to use the tracker as often as every two weeks.

  • Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) Free Drop-In Meditations - Check out MARC for mindful meditation drop-ins, events, and even a weekly guided meditation you can download and follow along with.

Peer to Peer Supports

  • Guidance, Resilience, Integrity, and Transformation (GRIT) Peer Coaches - GRIT Peer Coaches are trained to provide weekly 1:1 coaching support to their fellow peers to achieve personal, academic, and professional success. Some topic areas of focus include strategies for stress-reduction, problem-solving, goal-setting, and connecting to yourself and the broader campus community.

  • WaZo Connect - WaZo Connect offers all students in need with a personal mentor for 6 weeks and 4 Wazo Wellness activities per quarter. All of their mentors are trained and hand-picked to help their mentees feel comforted and connected to campus life.

  • Ashe Student Health Center - Students can schedule appointments online, in person, or by phone and can communicate with their primary care providers via secure electronic messaging. For more immediate concerns, our Same-Day Access Plan (ASAP Clinic) is available during business hours. After hours, students can access our 24/7 Nurseline for advice and information by phone. (Main Line: 310-825-4073; After Hours Nurseline: (310) 825-4073, Option 2)

  • UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP) - UC SHIP is a system-wide insurance plan providing enhanced health benefits to all enrolled students. 

  • Student Health Education and Promotion (SHEP) - SHEP offers workshops by request on a variety of topics including: alcohol and other substances, body image, communication and relationships, nutrition, sexual health, stress, well-being, and more.

  • UCLA Recreation - Recreation offers programming that encompasses the competitive, passive, social, cultural, and instructional aspects of recreational activity. 

  • Economic Crisis and Response Team (ECRT) - ECRT is a resource that utilizes a collaborative approach to provide support and guidance to students dealing with financial crises.

  • Financial Aid Office - The UCLA Financial Aid Office and website is the source for all your Financial Aid & Scholarship related questions and support.

  • Financial Wellness Program - The UCLA Financial Wellness Program aims to empower students to understand and navigate their finances effectively and with support.

  • Food Security - This website is a central location of all the resources and support for those student experiencing food insecurity.

  • Emergency Loans - Interest-free short-term loans are available to students only through the Loan Services Office (A227 Murphy Hall). To qualify for a short-term loan, you must be a UCLA student, enrolled within the current quarter, have paid student services fees, and have no outstanding short-term loan.

  • Student Accounts - UCLA Student Accounts oversees billing and collections for all student and various non-student accounts for the campus. If you have a HOLD on your account, connect with this office. 

  • Undergraduate Scholarship Resource Center - The UGSRC provides scholarship information, support, and other resources to the UCLA student population.

  • 911
  • UCPD - Call (310) 825-1491; Anonymous Reporting Line: (310) 794-5824.

  • CSO - The Community Service Officer escorts are available free of charge to walk with students, faculty, staff or visitors 365 days a year from dusk until 1AM between campus buildings, local living areas, or Westwood Village. How it works: 15 minutes before you need to leave, call (310) 794-WALK (9255). For more information visit their website.

  • UCLA Safe Ride Service - This service provides a safe means of transportation around the campus during evening hours. It is free and available to all UCLA students, staff, faculty and visitors. All ride requests should be made using the TapRide app (available in GooglePlay or Apple App store). Users should install the app, select University of California Los Angeles and login using their UCLA Logon ID. Available Monday through Thursday from 7PM to midnight during Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. 

  • Bruin Alert - UCLA has developed Bruin Alert to communicate official information during an emergency or crisis that disrupts the normal operation of the UCLA campus or threatens the health and safety of members of the campus community. Click on this link to learn more about this service.

  • BIT - UCLA is committed to providing a safe work environment for faculty, staff, students and visitors - one that is free of violent behavior and threats of harm. The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a multidisciplinary team consisting of representatives from Campus Legal Counsel, Staff & Faculty Counseling, Insurance & Risk Management, UCLA Police Department, and Employee & Labor Relations. To report a concern about a UCLA employee or an affiliate, please click here

  • Title IX - If you believe you are experiencing sexual harassment or gender discrimination, you may contact the Title IX Director for consultation, advice, or file a report. Under the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Reporting, employees are obligated to report sexual harassment and sexual violence to the Title IX Director.  

  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Office (EDI) - If you've experienced or witnessed acts of discrimination, contact EDI at WeListen@equity.ucla.edu or call at (310) 825-3935. You can also use this Incident of BIAS form.

  • Office of Student Conduct - There are a number of UCLA and University of California Policies which apply to students. The Code of Conduct include policies about behavioral expectations, due process, student rights, confidentiality and participation in governance. If you have been referred to the Office of Student Conduct, check out their FAQ Page

  • Student Legal Services - Provides confidential legal counseling and assistance regarding a wide range of legal issues to all currently registered and enrolled UCLA students. They can help with a variety of concerns including: landlord / tenant relations, accident and injury problems, domestic violence and harassment, criminal matters, immigration, divorces or other family law, automobile purchases, credit, collections, and financial issues, employment matters, health care and consumer problems.

  • Office of the Dean of Students - The Mission of the Dean of Students Office is to serve as a portal to understanding the UCLA experience. The Dean of Students Office is committed to the personal and intellectual growth and development of our students.

  • First Year Experience FAQ Page - The First Year Experience office, located up on the "Hill" among the residence halls, is available as your guide in your first year as a Bruin. They can connect you to campus resources, which will help you succeed at UCLA beyond just your first year.

  • Bruin Resource Center - The UCLA Bruin Resource Center (BRC) can enrich your experience by providing valuable resources, services and learning opportunities and by promoting a supportive and inclusive campus community. The BRC serves all UCLA students, with a particular focus on current and former foster youth, students with dependents, students in recovery, and undocumented students. BRC is located in Student Activities Center B44. 

  • LGBT Campus Resource Center - The UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center has proudly been serving the UCLA community for 20 years. The center provides a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development as well as fostering unity, wellness, and an open, safe, and inclusive environment for UCLA’s LGBTQ community

  • Office of the Ombuds Services - The Office of Ombuds Services is a place where members of the UCLA community–students, faculty, staff and administrators–can go for assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes or complaints on an informal basis. In order to afford visitors the greatest freedom in using its services, the Office is independent, neutral and confidential.

  • Dashew Center - UCLA is home to more than 12,000 international students and scholars. The Dashew Center serves the international community at UCLA. They provide resources, support and advocacy for international students and scholar. 

  • Career Center - The UCLA Career Center offers services and resources to help UCLA students, UC graduates and employers reach their goals. As a UCLA student, from the first day you arrive, we can introduce you to an array of career possibilities and internships and help you explore the link between your major and career choices.

  • Transfer Student Center - The Transfer Student Center is committed to serving the diverse population of transfer students at UCLA and the needs particular to this community. We help students hit the ground running by connecting them to the university system and offering support and the tools they need to achieve their desired goals at UCLA and beyond

  • Veteran Resource Center - The Veteran Resource Center (VRC) provides caring and personalized support for undergraduate and graduate student veterans in their transition from military service to civilian and college life. They help student veterans navigate UCLA and provide them with a welcoming space, mentoring from other student veterans, guidance on educational benefits, and tools to succeed academically and personally.