UCLA leads the nation with 118 NCAA team championships and 13 total national championships. Students can purchase discounted tickets at the UCLA Central Ticket Office.
Presented by the UCLA Graduate Students Association and the ASUCLA Student Interaction Fund, Melnitz Movies exhibits free screenings of brand new, cult, and classic films.
The John Wooden Recreation and Sports Center offers multiple gyms, five racquetball/handball courts, a rock wall, two squash courts, a weight-training facility, exercise/dance rooms, a martial arts room and a games lounge.
UCLA Store at Ackerman
The biggest UCLA store location offers BearWear (UCLA emblematic), BookZone, the Computer Store, Essentials (school and office supplies), Fast Track (sportswear), a Market (snacks, health and beauty) and more.
Catch an art exhibit at one of UCLA’s three museums: Fowler Museum of Cultural History, the Grunwald Center for Graphic Arts or UCLA Hammer Museum.
The UCLA Anderson complex houses the cafe Anderson Cafe, where a wide selection of light meals, snacks and beverages are available.
Located in the Ackerman student union, Wolfgang Puck Express offers artisanal sandwiches, delicious salads and refreshments in the center of campus
The North Campus Student Center features a salad bar, sandwiches, coffee, frozen yogurt and more.
Lu Valle Commons is a short walk through the beautiful Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden and features a dining facility and coffeehouse.
Revisit days gone by at a mini-amusement park perched over the water. With a roller coaster, a ferris wheel and plenty of kitschy booths, this is old-fashioned fun.
From Santa Monica to Redondo and beyond, the beaches are a great place to pick up a game of volleyball, do some surfing, enjoy people watching or just watch the sun set into the ocean.
Tinseltown! The entertainment capital of the world offers opportunities to see TV shows filmed live, attend red carpet events, watch advance screenings of movies and engage in entertainment industry networking events. And you're just sightseeing, the Walk of Fame and the Hollywood sign are a short ride away.
These two music festivals are popular with our students and the rest of the region. Massive multiday events with an absolute who’s-who of music, they bring students together for some of the best times of their lives.
No longer just a business district, this is where some of the world’s best museums, architecture, concert venues and cuisine reside. From a glass sliding board 70 floors above the city to the historic Grand Central Market, a foodie hub, DTLA makes you feel even more alive.
Whether art or natural history or cars, a world-class source of education and culture awaits.
They’re everywhere in the city. This is the freshest way to experience California’s bounty.
Students can take advantage of UCLA discounts for some of the world’s premiere theme parks, including Disneyland, Universal Studios, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott’s Berry Farm and more.
There are a large number of movie theaters near UCLA, and Westwood has, historically, hosted film premieres at the Village Theater. Anyone is welcome to stand to the side and star gaze as celebrities arrive in their limousines!