Going away to college supports academic, personal and social growth. Our campus is a place of self-discovery where students belong to a community that supports a True Bruin experience. Where a student lives is critical to the quality of the college experience. UCLA offers something for everyone, whether it is the social interaction and convenience of on-campus housing, independent living in University Apartments, or off-campus in privately owned apartments.
Since 1939, students have lived and learned on UCLA’s campus. With 22 residence halls and over a hundred off-campus apartments, explore the resources and opportunities that your Bruin has by clicking on the Housing link above.
The Office of Residential Life (ORL) has a mission to create safe, supportive, and inclusive living-learning communities that engage residents in the fostering of their academic success, personal growth, leadership development, and social responsibility. Discover what ORL has to offer to both you and your student.
The mission of First Year, Transfer, & Continuing Student Programs is to support the academic mission of the university, culture safe environments, encourage personal growth, foster social responsibility and develop leaders for/in all new and continuing Bruins. Find out how this program can benefit you and your Bruin.
Nestled in Westwood Village, UCLA has a small college-town feeling while also being located within the second largest city in the United States. Fifteen minutes from the beach and less than two hours to the mountains, read more about Westwood and Los Angeles.