Crafting an effective degree program at UCLA is an individual planning effort enabled by your own hard work and bolstered by the support of campus staff and faculty. From the summer prior to your first fall quarter of classes until you graduate, we encourage you to avail yourself of the advising resources—both online and in our offices—available to you.
Students may choose from over 126 majors in a wide variety of disciplines offered through the undergraduate degree programs of the College of Letters and Science, School of the Arts and Architecture, Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Nursing, and School of Theater, Film, and Television. To access a listing of every program (and their requirements) offered click here.
The Letter for First-Year College Students is written by UCLA Lecturer, Lauri Mattenson. She uses her experiences as a student and a lecturer to provide students coming from high school with tips on how to be a successful student. To read her letter click here.
Your resource for imporant new student tips and information to guide you until New Student Orientation. These newsletters will be sent to you every other week - if you miss one you can click here to find the archived issues.
Faculty members from across UCLA's campus offer some words of wisdom to help UCLA students successfully navigate through UCLA. To access a list of articles click here.