The UCLA Graduate Division is offering in-person campus tours! During the 60-minute walking tour, attendees will learn general information about the UCLA campus with special attention to the graduate student experience and graduate student support/resources. Those interested in attending a campus tour are required to pre-register on their website in advance. Campus tour dates and times vary.
Students unable to visit campus can learn more about UCLA on a virtual tour of campus and graduate housing.
Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides a wide range of academic support services to regularly enrolled students with documented permanent or temporary disabilities. Academic support services are determined for each student based on specific disability-based requirements. There is no fee to students for any of these services, and all contacts and assistance are handled confidentially.
The range of services includes: campus orientation and accessibility, note takers, sign language interpreters, proctoring and test taking arrangements, real-time captioning, on-campus transportation, support groups and workshops, special materials, referrals to UCLA's Disability and Computer Program, Broad Learning Disabilities Programs, readers, registration assistance, parking application approvals, assistive listening devices, adaptive equipment, tutorial referrals, housing assistance and processing of California Department of Rehabilitation Authorizations.
Disabilities and Computing Program
The UCLA Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) provides information access and adaptive technology training, support and services for students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Web accessibility evaluations and recommendations, along with voice synthesis, Braille print, large print and voice recognition technologies, are available.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Office
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. Individual consultations are also available for faculty members, supervisors, managers, administrators and others who need information about their responsibilities to address information regarding possible sexual harassment of which they may become aware. Workshops and briefings can be arranged for students, staff, faculty members, departments or other groups or persons on campus.
LGBT Resource Center
The UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services and works to create and maintain an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, questioning and same-gender-loving students, faculty and staff, their families and friends, and the entire campus community.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services offers currently registered and enrolled students assistance on a wide range of legal problems, including landlord/tenant relations, accident and injury problems, domestic violence and harassment, criminal matters, divorces and other family law matters, automobile purchase, repair, and insurance problems, credit, collections, and financial issues, employment matters, and health care and consumer problems. We also frequently assist students with issues they have with other UCLA departments in such areas as housing, financial aid, harassment, discrimination, ADA compliance, student discipline and faculty misconduct.