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:
– A warm welcome from the Parents’ Council Co-Chairs
– Understanding UCLA’s Acronyms
– Important dates and deadlines for summer
– Understanding FERPA, Third Party Access, and UC SHIP
This issue includes a spotlight on a UCLA tradition; how Financial Aid & Scholarships work; tips from current parents; facts & figures behind UCLA’s fraternities and sororities.
This Issue includes considerations if your student is looking to move off campus; UCLA’s student-run Camp Kesem; and ways family members can get involved on-campus.
This issue includes tips for supporting your student long distance, programs targeted to help your student launch a successful career after graduation, and 7th Annual Coffee Social info.
This issue includes adjusting to the empty nest; student health resources; getting involved from a student’s perspective; and the top 5 benefits of experiential learning.
This issue includes important dates and deadlines, articles, campus resources, and ways for you and your student to get incolved as you preparate for the Fall Quarter.
This issue includes photos from Coffee Socials, the departments that keep your student healthy, and a graduating senior shares what the journey has been like preparing for life after UCLA.
This issue includes a recap of the 6th Annual Parent Coffee Socials; summer program for students looking to get an EDGE on the competition; and a student spotlight on finding one’s ‘niche’.
This issue provides an overview of Move In Weekend activities, the Bruin Resource Center’s staff supporting UCLA’s non-traditional student populations, and facts on Greek Life.
In this issue find out more about Parents’ Council and consider applying for next year, know what to expect at Commencement, and see what summer sessions might offer for your student.
UCLA Dean of Students, Maria Blandizzi, provides and introduction and overview of how her office supports student and their families.
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.