What is Parents’ Council?
The UCLA Parents’ Council is the governing body of the UCLA Parent & Family Association and comprises dedicated parent volunteers who serve as ambassadors for the University. Council members engage with parents to foster connections and build partnerships with the University, assist with outreach to current and prospective families, participate in broadening and deepening relationships in support of the University, and represent the parent perspective on the UCLA experience.
The mission of the UCLA Parents’ Council is to engage Bruin parents and families in activities that promote the University and enrich their students’ undergraduate experience, to provide families with a formal link to the University, to make the UCLA experience a positive one for families, and to support affinity‐building initiatives for the University.
Is Parents’ Council for you? Read our FAQ’s.
Thank you for your interest in the UCLA Parents’ Council. At this time, the 2017-18 application process has closed. We encourage you to stay involved with our office and the UCLA community by signing up to be a part of our Parent & Family Association Volunteers (PFAV) group. Through PFAV, you will receive monthly emails updating you about opportunities to volunteer on campus and stay connected. This is a great stepping stone to getting involved with Parents’ Council. Applications for the 2018-19 academic year will open in April 2018.