Pictured is the MyUCLA class planner. Students use the class planner to organize their upcoming schedule and often explore several options to prepare for the possibility of classes filling before their enrollment times. (Jeremy Chen/Photo editor)
Enrollment is a recurring college experience that allows Bruins to determine their academic experience by selecting courses and their corresponding professors every quarter.
According to the UCLA Registrar’s Office, enrollment for the academic year typically occurs about a month before the end of fall and winter quarters and a week after the end of spring quarter for the following quarters’ classes, while summer enrollment opens in February.
Every fall, U.S. News & World Report publishes its ranking of colleges and universities across the country.
In the 2024 edition, UCLA and UC Berkeley tied for 15th nationally, which was a jump from the previous year when both institutions were ranked 20th.
This post was updated Jan. 15 at 7:36 p.m.
UCLA added two new majors to its offerings in the fall: a Bachelor of Arts in music industry and a Bachelor of Arts in disability studies.
As another quarter comes to a close, the application process for certain majors and minors draws nearer for numerous Bruins.
With upward of 125 majors offered at UCLA through the College of Letters and Science, the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science and other professional schools, students have abundant academic routes to explore.
When Bruins scan the list of majors offered at UCLA, the possibilities are almost endless. While students are generally free to explore and switch majors across a wide variety of disciplines during their undergraduate years, those intending to become physicians typically pursue a STEM field.
Between classes, clinical volunteering and personal hobbies, pre-health Bruins may have plenty to consider when crafting a well-rounded application for graduate school.
Nowadays, research is often a requirement for students to be competitive for graduate and medical school applications.
As senior Bruins juggle upcoming job opportunities and graduate offers, they may feel anywhere from elation to fear with graduation around the corner. For some international Bruins, the prospect of graduation and the uncertainty that follows may be especially daunting.
Research opportunities for undergraduate students are present in every corner of UCLA’s campus, from Dodd Hall to Engineering IV. However, despite the glowing amount of opportunities, landing a desired, worthwhile research assistant position as an undergraduate STEM student is not easy.
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