We thank you for your service and wish you success as you continue your education.
Updates to the GI Bill have greatly expanded the benefits available to those who have served in the military since September 11, 2001. The American Council on Education has created a website to help veterans choose a college and obtain their education benefits under the post-9/11 GI Bill.
UCLA is proud to be in the top 5 schools in U.S. News & World Report for being veteran friendly. UCLA participates in federal initiatives helping veterans and active-duty service members pay for their degrees.
UCLA (The University of California, Los Angeles) is part of the ten-campus University of California (UC) system. UC campuses are positioned throughout California, offer hundreds of major choices, and are recognized nationally as strong academic institutions.
UCLA students enroll in a full-time schedule and attend daytime classes. We do not offer part-time enrollment or evening coursework for our undergraduate degree programs. UCLA Extension offers academic and professional development courses to non-UCLA degree seeking students and options that include part-time, night, weekend, and satellite locations.
UCLA admits undergraduate students (seeking Bachelor of Arts--B.A. or Bachelor of Science--B.S. degrees) in two categories: freshman and junior-level transfer (see below).
Because of the high volume of applications from first-time degree seeking students, we do not admit students for second bachelor's degrees at UCLA. If you already have a bachelor's degree, UCLA offers many graduate and professional degree programs that may be of interest to you.
Am I a freshman or a transfer applicant?
If you graduated from high school but have never attempted any coursework at a college or university after graduating, then you would be considered a freshman.
If you have ever enrolled at a college or university, then you must meet the requirements for junior-level transfer admission to UCLA (you cannot disregard college work and apply as a freshman).
If, after reviewing the information above, you still have questions about the application process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Newly Admitted Bruins
Congratulations! We thank you for your service and look forward to your enrollment at UCLA.
UCLA provides a multitude of services available to veterans and is committed to making your transition to civilian and college life an easy one. We provide resources to assist you with financial aid, housing, counseling, and a myriad of other services as well.
The Veterans Benefits Office—part of the UCLA Registrar's Office—provides assistance in the billing and processing of veterans educational benefits.
The Veterans Resource Center is available on-campus to provide various resources ranging from advocacy to counseling for student veterans.
Links and Resources
- New Bruins Site
- Veteran Services
- Veteran Resource Center
- Deferring your admission for military service
Current UCLA Students
Are you a current UCLA student with questions about UCLA's veterans services?
Veterans Benefits Office
Veterans Benefits Coordinator
- (310) 825-5391
- Registrar's Office
1113 Murphy Hall, Box 951429
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1429
Veterans Resource Center
Dr. Emily Ives
Veterans Program Director
- (310) 844-5549
- Veterans Resource Center
Kerckhoff Hall, Suite 132