Bruinlink | May 2015
Greetings UCLA parents and families:
Summer is quickly approaching! This year we had parent and family volunteers everywhere; our Parents’ Council members and Parent & Family Association Volunteers participated in over 100 different UCLA events both on and off-campus. If you are looking to get more involved with Parent & Family Programs in the coming year, applications have opened for the 2015-16 Parents’ Council and we invite you to check out the many ways to connect with UCLA and other Bruin Parents.
In this issue of the Bruinlink our contributors have addressed a variety of topics you may be considering as your family enters the summer months. Find out more about the amazing work of UCLA students over the summer at Camp Kesem, a camp for children whose parents are/have battled cancer. If you student is considering moving off campus, here are some considerations and questions to think about. Additionally, two fathers share how their volunteerism at UCLA has made an impact.
As always, we greatly appreciate your feedback on the Bruinlink and highly encourage you to email us at email@example.com with any comments or suggestions you may have for future articles.
Parent & Family Programs Staff
Parent & Family Matters
|Housing Dilemma: To Live On or Off-Campus
"Should I live on or off-campus?" is the question that every college student must answer. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, so it is important for you and your student to weigh the options before making a final decision. To help your student make a decision, here are some items to consider. Read More...
|Benefits to Being an Involved UCLA Parent
Two former undergraduate parents and Parents' Council emeriti. Read their analysis of how being involved has created a positive impact not only on their student's college experience but their own parent experience as well. If you are looking to get involved, consider applying to the 2015-2016 Parents' Council! Read More...
|Students Find Purpose at Camp Kesem
UCLA students are taking a leadership role at UCLA's Camp Kesem by supporting children through and beyond their parent's cancer. Nathalie Dierx, a UCLA student and one of the program's Co-coordinators, shares her experience with this influential program. Read More...