Quarterly Updates

  • Spring 2024 Update

    Highlighting the US Postal Service’s recent unveiling of a postal stamp honoring legendary men’s basketball coach John Wooden, a UCLA initiative helping foster critical dialogue skills on campus and recent donations to UCLA expanding our institution’s reach and ability to serve the public good.

  • Winter 2024 Update

    Highlighting some of the most compelling projects across the UCLA strategic plan’s five focus areas.

  • Fall 2023 Update

    Highlighting the opening of the UCLA Nimoy Theater, the launch of our new disability studies major, and our progress towards federal designation as a Hispanic-serving Institution (HSI). 

  • Summer 2023 Update

    Highlighting the UCLA School of Law’s Williams Institute, the student leadership academy taking place this summer at the new UCLA South Bay campus and 100 years of Black Greek life on campus.

  • Spring 2023 Update

    Highlighting the launch of our UCLA Affordability Initiative, a $25.3 million grant from the state of California that is expanding the work of the UCLA Health Homeless Healthcare Collaborative, and new arts projects — including the recently completed transformation of the Hammer Museum.

  • Winter 2023 Update

    Highlighting UCLA’s American Indian Studies program becoming a full department, our students taking part in a new California public service initiative, and UCLA women’s soccer recently bringing home our 120th NCAA title.

  • Fall 2022 Update

    Highlighting how Bruins are responding to recent unrest in Iran, the importance of voting in the upcoming election, our commitment to meeting students’ basic needs, and our new interdisciplinary Initiative to Study Hate.

  • Summer 2022 Update

    Highlighting summer arts and entertainment offerings at UCLA, celebrating the 1oth anniversary and accomplishments of Startup UCLA and recognizing the importance of diversifying our faculty.

  • Spring 2022 Update

    Learn more about UCLA’s new housing commitment to supporting our students, some ways in which our campus is responding to the war in Ukraine, and a memorable moment of reflection and renewal we recently held in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden.

  • Winter 2022 Update

    A look at how UCLA might serve more students, how we’re honoring civil rights icon Reverend James Lawson Jr. and how we’re growing our university’s ties with Westwood Village.

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