Campus Services
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Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
The Counseling Center offers confidential individualized therapy, psychiatric care, and conducts a wide variety of wellness workshops.
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center
The LGBT Center offers individual counseling and hosts discussion groups. They are also home to the David Bohnette Cyber Center and the Rae Siporin Library.
Bruin Resource Center
Our colleagues at the Bruin Resource Center (BRC) can help you make the most of your UCLA experience by providing information, referrals, and support to navigate the University. BRC staff also offer a wide array of academic courses, programs, volunteer opportunities, and paid internships to help you develop practical life skills.
UCLA School of Dentistry The UCLA Dental Clinics are providers of comprehensive, high quality and affordable dental care option for students who may need preventive and routine dental care. For more information, please visit our website. For directions, hours, and general information please call 310-825-2337. To make an appointment,
please call 310-206-3904.​​​
Bruin Parents and Families Bruin Parents and Families Program aims to reach out and engage UCLA parents and families for involvement in campus activities that promote the University and enrich their students’ college experience. They also offer a Bruinlink Newsletter with important dates and information.
Office of Students with Disabilities (OSD)
Our OSD colleagues offer support groups, individual counseling, and can arrange for proctoring/test taking accommodations and parking. Students with documented permanent and/or temporary disabilities can register with OSD to take advantage of the services designed to meet your unique educational needs.
UCLA Recreation is a committed partner in providing you with high-quality recreational experiences – take classes, participate in intramural sports, do an outdoor adventure program, and so much more!
Dashew Center for International Students & Scholars
The Dashew Center offers international students and scholars multicultural programs and services, assist with visa services, and serve as a resource and learning center to promote global connection, international understanding and cultural sensitivity.
Healthy Campus Initiative UCLA's Healthy Campus Initiative is a campus-wide wellness movement witht he goal of making UCLA the heatlhiest university campus in America. This website provides information including resources, events, courses, etc. on how to live well on campus. The main focuses of the Healthy Campus Initiative are to Breathe Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Mind Well, and Be Well. Each of these sections list resources, events, blog, courses, and activities that can benefit the entire UCLA community.
Wellness on Campus WOC is a campus committee made up of staff and students from all over campus committed to the promotion of all dimensions of wellness by raising awareness, developing and promoting wellness initiatives, improving access to programming and services, and affecting policy change. Join the email list to receive the weekly WOC calendar!
Sexual Harassment Prevention Office ​​UCLA is committed to creating and maintaining a community free of all forms of exploitation, intimidation, and harassment, including sexual harassment.  UCLA does not tolerate sexual harassment, which is prohibited both by law and by University policy.​ The Sexual Harassment Prevention Office provides information about campus policies and procedures to any interested person.  Individual consultations can be arranged for persons who need detailed information about possible sexual harassment and options for resolving concerns on campus.​​​