UCLA is developing plans to reopen some on-campus activities, including libraries and some performing arts studios, university officials announced Wednesday.
UCLA is also planning to reopen some outdoor fitness facilities and hold outdoor study groups, according to a campuswide email from Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael Beck and former Academic Senate Chair Michael Meranze.
A newly appointed undergraduate student representative hopes to help students transition back to campus life in the fall.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously appointed Laura Laubach, a third-year political science transfer student, as the new general representative 1 at the Tuesday council meeting.
UCLA is reviewing a proposed program that would send mental health providers to student-related mental health calls instead of university police.
The program would create a mobile mental health crisis response unit led by responders from campus departments – including UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services – to respond to student-related mental health calls to UCPD, said UCLA spokesperson Katherine Alvarado in an emailed statement.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 2:31 p.m.
Members of the Undergraduate Students Association Council spoke with The Bruin about how much of their platforms they accomplished in summer and fall.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 6:56 p.m.
UCLA plans to offer remote classes during summer sessions and will likely reopen campus but not offer triple-occupancy housing in the fall, a university administrator said at a meeting with graduate students Wednesday.
This post was updated Jan. 13 at 11:24 a.m.
An undergraduate student government representative resigned at a Tuesday council meeting.
Jong Hyeon Lee, the Undergraduate Students Association Council General Representative 1, said at the Tuesday USAC meeting he will declare nonattendance at UCLA because of financial and personal reasons.
This story was updated Jan. 18 at 11:30 p.m.
UCLA will continue remote instruction and work from home for spring quarter.
The university will offer remote-only instruction in the spring, except for a limited number of in person or hybrid classes that train essential workers, Executive Vice Provost Emily Carter announced in a statement Monday.
UCLA plans to expand its Latino student population to a quarter of its enrolled student population in five years to qualify for additional federal grants, university administrators said in a campus-wide email Monday.
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