As a Bruin, you have so many ways to get involved with sustainability! Whether it be on campus, or off, your participation is critical to us taking steps towards a greener world. Check out the resources below to explore some of the ways you can make a difference in our community!
Part of a student organization or department? Request a workshop on Intersectional Environmentalism led by our Environmental Justice and Sustainability Specialists. Want to dive deeper? Join a book club or request a facilitation packet to lead your own for your friends or organization!
A multidisciplinary community of academic and non-academic affiliates working to address the root causes of racial health inequities supporting research, teaching, and community engagement.Sustainable LA Grand Challenge
An interdisciplinary university-wide initiative aimed at applying UCLA research, expertise and education to help transform Los Angeles into the world’s most sustainable megacity by 2050.Sustainability Research Guide
An archive of resources on issues relating to sustainability that are interdisciplinary, and may be found under a variety of topics in the UCLA collection (UCLA Library).Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (URSP) is the undergraduate course of the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge. It brings together students from all disciplines for research experiences in the field of urban sustainability, taking an interdisciplinary approach in tacking these complex issues.
A hub for the Black and Afrikan Diaspora community that governs programs to uplift, support, and inspire the Black Bruin experienceUCLA Surplus Stop:
A space to donate furniture, electronics, and other second-hand items to be reused by the UCLA community. Led by UCLA Zero Waste, the Surplus Stop is open to all UCLA students, staff, and faculty for free item pickup.Bruin Resource Center (BRC):
A center that offers programs specializing in supporting former foster youth, undocumented students, transfer students, students in recovery, and students with childrenUCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center:
A center that provides education and advocacy services to foster a safe and inclusive environment for UCLA's LGBTQ communityHow to support our Native American and Indigenous communities
Learn how to support the original stewards of our land, the Native American and Indigenous communities.Sepulveda Transit Corridor for All Ambassador Program
The Sepulveda Transit Corridor for All Ambassador Program (STC4All) is a UCLA student volunteer effort raising awareness and support for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project. Students immerse themselves in civic engagement, fighting for more sustainable and equitable transit options for all.
Individual counseling, psychotherapy, group therapy, psychoeducational programs to support mental health.Resilience in Your Student Experience RISE Center:
A center hosting programs, classes, trainings, and resources to support resilience and well-beingActiveminds UCLA:
A mental health advocacy group under the USAC Student Wellness Commission