On top of their already pressing challenges, transfer students now face the task of funding over $135,000 to sustain their own resource center.
The Cultivating Unity for Bruins Referendum, which would have paid rent for the Transfer Student Center, failed in the 2020 spring Undergraduate Students Association Council election.
Students are calling for greater support for undocumented students, who are facing heightened financial and emotional challenges because of the coronavirus pandemic.
UCLA announced May 7 it would give each eligible student at least $200 in relief funding from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
New student orientations will move online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Orientation dates will follow the original schedule, said Roxanne Neal, the assistant vice provost of UCLA’s New Student and Transition Programs.
This post was updated May 5 at 1:57 p.m.
Two referendums will together potentially increase student fees by $45.99 per year in the 2020 spring Undergraduate Students Association Council election.
This post was updated May 3 at 3:35 p.m.
Candidates for the 2020-2021 Undergraduate Students Association Council clashed over issues, such as tuition refunds, resources for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic and which special projects to fund, during the annual candidates debate Thursday.
A large portion of Kelsey Tsonton’s paycheck from her job as a John Wooden Center FITWELL consultant usually goes toward paying her tuition. But, like Americans across the country, she recently lost her job.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council is withholding checks from two student entities until they are able to present comprehensive budget reports from the past three years.
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