Get Involved

Bruins are notoriously active, ridiculously passionate, and perpetually involved. Join a club, serve your community, grow as a leader, learn from the experiences of the Bruins around you and have the time of your life. At UCLA there are avenues to explore every interest under the sun.

Become a Leader in Your Community

Resident Assistants (RA)

Help make the Hill a great place to live for everybody! Become an RA. Applications are due in Fall Quarter.

Housing Government Representatives (HGR)

Improve the residential experience by representing your community. Applications are due in Winter Quarter.

On-Campus Housing Council (OCHC)

Represent the interests of all residents in the Hill wide student government. Applications are due in Winter Quarter.

Undergraduate Student Association Council (USAC)

Help shape the future of the student experience at UCLA.

Faculty-in-Residence (FIR)

Current UCLA faculty help shape our communities by living on campus and interacting with students on a more personal level.

Check out these free leadership conferences during the 2014-15 academic year.

Wed, Nov 5, 5-8pm
Wed, Jan 28, 5-8pm
Leadership Challenge Conference
Sat, May 30, 10-3pm

Serve Your Community

Volunteer Center

Create social change through lifelong participation in volunteer programs and civic engagement.

Community Programs Office (CPO)

Promote freedom and equality in underserved communities and empower all people. Join student-initiated and student-run projects focused on increased access to college and community service.

Student Wellness Commission (SWC)

Advocate for student wellness. Participate in campus-wide campaigns promoting healthy lifestyles for all Bruins.

Global Connections Council (GCC)

Make the Hill a better place for all international students by providing a platform for international student voices and creating opportunities to make lasting connections.

Team Green

Help make UCLA the greenest campus in the nation. Promote sustainable practices on the Hill and make a real difference with initiatives like our annual Do It in the Dark energy saving competition that had 4,525 participants in 2014.

Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA (SCA)

Support and encourage student awareness and participation in the arts at UCLA, while gaining hands-on experience.

Campus Events Commission (CEC)

Bring the best of quality feature films, concerts, and speakers to UCLA.

Alumni Association

Help plan the annual Spring Sing and Beat ‘SC events. Make career connections with UCLA alumni.



Join a Club

Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE)

Information on over 1,000 registered campus groups to get involved with.

Intramural and Club Sports

Cultural and recreational affairs provides many intramural sports, club sports, fitness classes, and outdoor adventures.

Find a Job

Residential Life

Career Center

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