Learning Centers

About Us

UCLA Learning Centers is a place where students can be bold, experiment, and explore. We support students on the hill and students who live off-campus by offering resources such as study spaces, console gaming, music production, photography, and much more!

Our Spaces

Sunset Learning Center Sunset Village Learning Center

The Sunset Village Learning Center is located in Delta Terrace (across from the main entrance to Covel Commons) and is comprised of three spaces: Lobby/Video Game Lounge; Main Lab 1; Lab 2. The lobby offers couches and counter study space, along with 3 TV monitors for console gaming and two WEPA printers (B&W and Color). Main Lab 1 and 2 serve as study spaces with room for up to 20 people per lab.

De Neve Learning Center Photo De Neve Learning Center

The DeNeve Learning Center is located on the 3rd Floor of the DeNeve Commons building (next to the Dykstra Hall Bridge) and is comprised of three spaces: Lobby area, Music Production Studio, and computer lab. The lobby offers couches, outlets, and 2 WEPA Printers (one B&W and one Color). The Music Studio offers iMacs, various music production software, midi keyboards, beat pads, and a sound recording booth.

DeNeve Studio De Neve Studio

The De Neve Studio is located on the 3rd Floor of the De Neve Commons building (next to the Jacaranda Room and side by side with the media team room) and offers resources like green screen filming, private music studio sessions, and even proffesional podcasting.

3d Printers and laser engravers at makerspace Makerspace @Olympic Hall

Calling All Makers! Whether you are an experienced maker producing samples for an entrepreneurial or class project, or new to the maker game (adding skills and developing your creative side), the MakerSpace @Olympic Hall is the space for you. With a wide range of equipment (ex. 3D printers, laser cutter, vinyl cutter), CAD software, hand tools, and tutorial workshops - this creative space is a destination for all makers and open to all UCLA students.

Questions?

Contact us at Lab@orl.ucla.edu. We look forward to hearing from you!