Our digital parent newsletter is published and distributed via email quarterly. It is designed to inform parents of growing university trends, college student development and their role as a parent of a college student. Articles are contributed by a number of individuals including faculty, staff, students and other parents!
Here you can find links to the current issue, New Family issue, and various other article archives. We also encourage you to share your feedback with us via email@example.com
Highlights from this issue include:
– Information on our Webinar about establishing connections between students and faculty
– A recap of Coffee Social Day 2017
– Important dates and deadlines for winter quarter
– Commencement 2017 information and planning
VOLUME 1 | 2014-15
ISSUE 1 – Volunteer Day 2014; financial aid and scholarships; current parent tips; Greek life
ISSUE 2 – empty nest adjustment; student health resources; student perspective on getting involved; benefits of experiential learning
ISSUE 3 – Coffee Social Day recap; EDGE program; and a student spotlight on finding your ‘niche’
ISSUE 4 – moving off campus; Camp Kesem; ways for parents to get involved on campus
NEW PARENT ISSUE – things to know as you prepare for the Fall Quarter
VOLUME 2 | 2015-16
ISSUE 1 – Move-In Weekend activities; Bruin Resource Center supporting non-traditional students; facts on Greek Life
ISSUE 2 – tips for supporting your student long distance; post-graduate preparation programs; Coffee Social Day
ISSUE 3 – Coffee Social Day recap; student health departments; a graduated student’s reflection on preparing for life post-UCLA
ISSUE 4 – Parents’ Council; Commencement information; information on Summer Sessions
NEW FAMILY ISSUE – Welcome from the Parents’ Council Co-Chairs and information to help your family prepare to transition to college
VOLUME 3 | 2016-17
ISSUE 1 – True Bruin Welcome activities; the GRIT Program; Bruin Family Weekend information
ISSUE 2 – Faculty on the Hill; Coffee Social Day 2017; UCLA’s news outlets
ISSUE 3 – Webinar on building connections with faculty; Coffee Social Day 2017 recap; Commencement 2017 information and planning
UCLA Dean of Students, Maria Blandizzi, provides and introduction and overview of how her office supports student and their families.
Students can greatly benefit, both professionally and academically, from developing strong relationships with professors throughout their undergraduate career. Faculty, student and parent panelists share how.
Whether your student has their sights set on landing their dream job or starting a graduate program, UCLA has resources to assist them in this process.
Dr. LT Rease-Miles and Patricia Chau Nguyen share resources available students acclimate to UCLA.