1. Register for classes:
Be sure to register for your classes as soon as possible. You can find information on how to do this on the UCLA website.
2. Get your student ID card:
You will need your student ID card to get into your classes and to access other campus resources. To get your student ID card, you will need to go to the ID Card Office and present your BruinCard and a government-issued photo ID.
3. Buy textbooks and other school supplies:
Textbooks and other school supplies can be expensive, so it’s important to buy them early. You can find a list of required textbooks and other school supplies on the UCLA website.
4. Connect with other students and find out about campus life:
One of the best ways to get settled in at UCLA is to connect with other students. You can find out about campus life by attending orientation events or by joining student organizations.
5. Learn about UCLA academics and campus resources:
UCLA is a prestigious university, so it’s important to learn about its academics and campus resources. You can find information about both on the UCLA website.
6. Plan for your first day of class:
Make sure you know where your classes are located and what time they start. You should also plan to arrive early on the first day of class so you can meet your professor and classmates.
7. Get to know your professors:
Your professors are an important part of your academic experience at UCLA. Take advantage of office hours and stay connected with them throughout the semester.
8. Join clubs and organizations:
Joining clubs and organizations is a great way to make friends at UCLA and explore all that Los Angeles has to offer. There are many clubs and organizations to choose from, so there’s something for everyone.
9. Explore Los Angeles and all it has to offer:
Los Angeles is a city full of opportunities, so be sure to explore all that it has to offer! There are plenty of things to do in LA, from sightseeing to shopping to dining out. You can find a list of things to do in LA on the UCLA website.