ASUCLA Benefits U


About ASUCLA

ASUCLA, the Associated Students UCLA, was created when UCLA first opened its doors back in 1919. Even in the very early years, ASUCLA meant student government, student publications, and student services such as a bookstore and cafeteria. Today, ASUCLA has evolved into a four-part organization.

Undergraduate Students Association, or USA, are the elected representatives of 23,000 undergraduate students.

Graduate Students Association, or GSA, provides a voice in campus affairs for the almost 11,000 graduate students enrolled at UCLA.

Student Media at UCLA includes the Daily Bruin, UCLARadio.com, the Bruin Life Yearbook, and seven newsmagazines: Fem, La Gente, Nommo, Ha’Am, Pacific Ties, Al-Talib, OutWrite.

Services & Enterprises are designed to meet the everyday needs of students and the campus community. Major divisions are the Student Union, Event Services, UCLA Restaurants, UCLA Store, UCLA Photography, and Trademarks & Licensing.