The faculty at UCLA are an integral part of your educational career. Listed below are some words of wisdom written from faculty members to help you become successful at UCLA.
The Letter for First-Year College Students is written by UCLA Lecturer, Lauri Mattenson. She uses her experiences as a UCLA student and a lecturer to provide students coming from high school with tips on how to have a successful transition into college.
Students need letters of recommendation when applying to graduate or professional schools but they may not know how to go about asking for one. This article will offer tips on how to approach your professors to ask for a letter of recommendation.
This article offers students five tips on how to be a successful UCLA student both inside and outside of the classroom.
Getting involved in research is a great way for students to expand on their UCLA education. This article will provide you with some quick tips on how you can begin getting involved with research on campus.
Getting to know professors will help students in many ways. This article will provide you with some tips on how to approach professors during their office hours.
Students enter UCLA knowing that will need to study much more than they have previously but are these students studying properly? This article offers some tips on how to study efficiently without having to study more.
A discussion on the transition to UCLA and maximizing the student experience.
Kayla Albano, UCLA Parent & Family Association
Abby Johnson, UCLA First-Year Experience
Ryan Darling, UCLA New Student Academic Programs