Programming on the Hill

Spring 2024 Update:

The Funding and Advisory Board (FAB) will not be hearing any further proposals for co-programming requests for the 2023-2024 school year. We are unable to support any further new programming through our board.

Funding proposals will be continued to be heard until FAB budget is fully allocated to SOLE organizations. This website will be updated when the funds run out, however until then if you have any specific funding questions, please email us at

FAB will resume reviewing co-programming proposals during the Fall 2024 Quarter, typically around Week 3-4.

Whether you are planning to host an event, share information, or offer a service for students, there are in-person and virtual resources on the Hill to help you engage with our on-campus housing community.

Partnering with Residential Life as a Registered Campus Organization

Res Life and your SOLE advisor will help you navigate programming and/or funding opportunities if you submit a proposal for Co-Programming and/or Funding. For registered student organizations seeking to co-program an event or program that reaches On-Campus Housing residents, please submit a proposal. If registered student organizations prefer to host an event in an On Campus Housing venue without partnering with Residential Life, see alternative room reservation options below.

Proposals for co-programming are due on Wednesdays by 12pm to be reviewed the following Tuesday.

For Fall 2023, our last week of accepting proposals will be week 8 to be heard week 9. The proposal form will remain open during winter quarter, but we won’t be hearing any proposals until week 1 of winter quarter. Co-programs take at least 4 weeks to plan and funding typically takes at least 2 weeks to disburse. Please contact for any questions.**


All co-programs must comply with Residential Life’s Guidelines for Co-programming. Co-programming with Res Life include program consultation, helping host in-person and/or virtual events, and supporting logistical needs for engagements.

Funding Proposal

For registered student organizations, we will begin reviewing funding and program proposals in Fall quarter. Please submit the Funding and Advisory Board proposal form.


For registered student organizations that are seeking funding to help supplement the cost of their program (either on the Hill or main campus), please review the Funding page and submit the funding section within the proposal form.

Funding Questions

For any questions please email the Funding and Advisory Board.

For a private study group, meeting, or practice

Some spaces on the Hill and University Apartments are available for private use via self-serve reservation. Rooms are provided as-is and may not be used to host programs or events-only small-group meetings, study sessions, or private rehearsal. Other terms of use apply.

Partnering with Residential Life as a Campus Department

Residential Life is open to collaborating with campus partners in our residential community venues. To be considered for partnership, please submit a request via the form. Note that if we are not able to collaborate or support your event, we may refer you to UCLA Conferences & Catering for booking. **Please note this form is not for student organizations**

Alternative Room Reservation for Students, Departments, and Others

Renting Spaces

UCLA Catering and Conference Services coordinate events on the Hill for a variety of paying clients, including both University affiliates (departments, student organizations, etc.) and outside entities. UCLA Recreation oversees the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center and other locations on the Hill.

Non-Residential Life programmers may program independently in On-Campus Housing or adjacent venues. Scheduling and costs are determined by the following:

UCLA Catering & Meeting Rooms


UCLA Recreation