Anderson Student Association (ASA)
The Anderson Student Association (ASA) is made up of over 45 student-run clubs and organizations representing a wide array of professional, cultural, social, identity-based and athletic interests - a diversity that represents the lifeblood of the unique UCLA Anderson culture. The ASA organizes, coordinates, and funds an ever-increasing number of events and services designed to enrich the educational and extracurricular experiences at UCLA Anderson.By virtue of enrollment, every UCLA Anderson student is a member of ASA and is eligible to participate in all sponsored events.
The mission of the ASA is to enrich the student MBA experience by providing:
- leadership that empowers and inspires;
- advocacy on behalf of student's interests; and
- coordination of all student-run activities;
The key to what the ASA can and does accomplish is, of course, through you - the students of UCLA Anderson. The combination of personality and intellect provides for a truly great sense of community and learning experience. The degree of student involvement in campus activities is unparalleled and students are always willing to help each other academically, professionally, and personally.
A major goal of the ASA is to further deepen the tremendous relationship the student body has developed with the faculty and administration. The ASA meets representatives of the wider school community on a weekly basis to discuss and resolve issues as proactively as possible. These meetings are open and honest, and conducted in the context of a common purpose - to continue to advance of the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Anderson Student Association (ASA) Cabinet
The ASA Cabinet meets regularly with the MBA Program deans. As the governing body of the Anderson Student Association, the ASA Cabinet manages a wide range of academic and student life related projects.Admissions Ambassador Corps (AAC)
The AAC works in conjunction with the MBA Admissions and Financial Aid office in a variety of crucial functions. These students work to coordinate prospective students' visits and match them to current student buddies, present information sessions, conduct admissions interviews, and contribute to social media marketing efforts, amongst other activities.