Dear Parents & Families,

We hope you enjoy the November issue of Bruinlink – our newsletter designed specifically for parents and families. The articles are a collaborative effort, written by staff, faculty, students and UCLA parents. Highlights in this edition include information about the upcoming winter break, transportation services from LAX, and involvement opportunities for your Bruin in the New Year.

For the first time ever, we have extended our newsletter to include a special video portion with information on The Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center. We hope that you enjoy this new feature and the accompanying articles. Your feedback is very important to us, and we welcome any suggestions you might have.

From the Office of Parent & Family Programs, we want to wish you and your family a very happy thanksgiving and winter break!

– Office of Parent & Family Programs’ Team

Parent & Family Matters

internships_FinalInternship & Experiential Learning: The Top 5 Benefits for Bruins

No matter their major or area(s) of interest, every Bruin has the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience through an internship at UCLA. Internships and other experiential learning programs offer a wide range of rewards. Here is a list of the top 5 benefits for UCLA students. Read More...
Jones picture_FinalThe Next Round, Now What?

Cheri & Dann Jones are the proud parents of two Bruins and are familiar with the term "empty nesters." Read about their experience facing the empty nest and hear their advice to families who are preparing to welcome their students home for the holidays. Read More...
WEBSITE_VideoPhoto_LinkVIDEO: The Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center
Dr. David Baron, Executive Director of the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, shares the many services and resources they offer to keep students healthy and focused on their academic pursuits. Watch the video...
cherise chuck_FinalStudent Involvement: A Student Perspective

Ever wonder how students become involved on campus? UCLA senior Cherise Chuck provides an in-depth look into what campus involvement can look like. Read More...