UCLA’s Counseling and Psychological Services, also known as CAPS, is the university’s primary mental health center for UCLA undergraduate and graduate students.
Part one of this two-part series explored students’ opinions about quality and accessibility of CAPS services.
UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services, touted as the university’s premier mental health center, provides services to UCLA students in need of counseling.
Located at John Wooden Center West, CAPS offers a wide range of services, including free brief screenings, 24/7 crisis counseling and emergency intervention, individual counseling and psychotherapy, group therapy and psychiatric evaluation and treatment.
UCLA Emergency Medical Services is a student-run organization dedicated to providing the best healthcare possible to Bruins suffering medical emergencies. Part one of this series explored the history of UCLA EMS, the process of getting hired and trained by the organization and roles student EMTs perform.
College may very well be the best four years of a person’s life, but reports show that college students are more stressed out nowadays than they have ever been before.
According to UCLA Recreation rules and regulations, students must wear full-backed shirts to recreational facilities like the Bruin Fitness Center and John Wooden Center.
I was unaware of this dress code regulation until, earlier this quarter, I was called out by a Bruin Fitness Center staff member for donning a black cropped tank to the gym.
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