Imagine navigating a public university in which students of your ethnicity make up less than 5 percent of the undergraduate student body. Imagine your university experience plagued by things like parties centered around racially insensitive costumes and a photograph of your undergraduate student government president throwing up a gang sign like it means nothing.
UCLA administrators and students have put a lot of emphasis on improving professional mental health resources. But students hold a lot of potential to attack mental health issues head-on.
Oftentimes, students that go through academic probation are stigmatized and shamed for it, but people forget to realize that universities often do not publicize the resources available to these students.
As a student worker at the Associated Students UCLA, work often burdens me more than academics. That shouldn’t be the case.
ASUCLA employs over 1,500 students, making it the largest employer of students on campus.
A themed floor for first-generation college students will open in Hedrick Hall in fall 2017.
First to Go, a Living Learning Community, will give students who are the first in their families to attend college an environment where they can learn from one another, according to UCLA Residential Life.
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