Whether you live on or off campus, Residential Life seeks to give you access to additional resources to ensure your academic success. Learn from your peers and take advantage of some of the great academic resources and support available to you, right where you live.
Remote Learning Resources
Spring Quarter may look different for all of us but here are some remote learning resources to help you navigate this new learning environment.
Academic Resources on the Hill
College Academic Counseling
Stay connected through CAC's message center, virtual drop-ins, or appointments. Find more information on College Academic Counseling's website.
Undergraduate Writing Programs
Schedule an appointment or drop in for writing assistance. Find more information on the Writing Program's website.
Schedule One-on-One Career Advising Consultations, check out virtual programs, and resources. Find more information on the Career Center's website.
Join a virtual community of students who share your passion for exploring an interest or identity and participate in specially designed programs that cater to your academic, social, and personal needs in a diverse community of shared scholarly interest.
New for 2020-2021! The Living Learning Community (LLC) Program is transitioning to a virtual experience for the 2020-2021 school year. This means students living on and off campus are able to participate, and no community will be assigned a physical floor. If you are interested in joining a Living Learning Community please complete LLC signup application or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. While "community" may be built in new ways, it will still be the motivation behind all that we do. We look forward to connecting with you!.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Living at UCLA gives you unprecedented access to our world class faculty. Get to know your faculty-in-residence on a personal level, outside the classroom, and learn more about the amazing work being done by UCLA professors.
Asian Languages and Cultures
De Neve Towers
African American Studies and History
Education & Organizational Change
Theater and Performance Studies
De Neve East
De Neve West
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Education & Asian American Studies
Sproul Cove and Landing
Places to Study
To limit the spread of COVID-19, public study places on the hill are temporarily closed. If you need a space to study or take an exam, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To limit the spread of COVID-19, all Learning Centers facilities will be closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience. Join us for virtual events.
De Neve Learning Center
Multimedia-focused lab with recording booths and a variety of music and video production equipment.
De Neve Plaza (P333)
Sunset Learning Center
Gaming center featuring with both new and old school consoles and games, plus 40 computer workstations.
Sunset Village (RM 150)
Rieber Learning Center
Until our improvements are done, we're an open study space with computer workstations!
Rieber 1st Floor
Equipped with design and fabrication tools such as laser cutters, 3D printers, scanners, and computers to make your projects come to life.
Rieber Hall 145
All learning centers are closed on university holidays and summer hours will vary. Email email@example.com if you have questions.
Looking to print? We have self-service printing locations all over the Hill. You may even see some on campus!
- Covel Commons
- Dashew Center (Bradley International Hall lobby)
- De Neve front desk
- Rieber Hall
- Sproul Hall
Classes on the Hill
Before the transition to virtual classes, Residential Life partnered with GE Cluster and Fiat Lux programs to host classes on the Hill. Now offered virtually, GE Cluster and Fiat Lux programs offer students an intimate atmosphere, group activities, and the opportunity to connect with fellow students.
UCLA's Freshman Clusters are yearlong, team-taught, interdisciplinary courses available to entering freshmen students, most of which are taught on the Hill. The Clusters offer first-year students the opportunity to study complex topics in depth, with smaller class sizes and personal access to some of UCLA’s most prestigious faculty members. Students are part of learning communities of fellow students with similar interests, which helps in the transition to college. Clusters focus on big topics of timely importance such as the global environment, or interracial dynamics.
The Fiat Lux program is a collection of one-unit (pass/no-pass) seminars spanning the rich variety of disciplines at UCLA, several of which are taught by Faculty-in-Residence and some are held on the Hill. Designed primarily for first-year students, these seminars provide an opportunity for undergraduates to learn about our world class faculty’s intellectual passions and expertise. Although listed under the Honors program, all students are invited to participate.