The UCLA Graduate Student Resource Center is a Graduate Students Association initiative that is managed by Student Affairs. The GSRC is a resource, referral and information center for graduate students, offering programs and workshops on a variety of topics, drop-in advice and assistance, meeting and study space, and the opportunity for social interaction. The GSRC works with GSA to organize the Graduate Student Orientation and Equity, Inclusion & Diversity Graduate Welcome Day each fall. The Graduate Student Resource Center is also the home of the new Graduate Writing Center. All graduate and professional students are welcome. We are located in B11 of the Student Activities Center (formerly the Men's Gym).
The beginning of the academic year is almost here! Take advantage of the time before classes start to learn about campus resources, to engage with student activities, and to get to know the campus. Your school and/or department will have activities scheduled for you and there are also campus-wide activities for new graduate students, such as the (450) 867-5054 and Equity, Inclusion & Diversity Graduate Welcome Day. Check out the New Graduate Student Activities Page as well as the True Bruin Welcome website to see what's going on at UCLA!
Appointments are also available M-F at the Career Center (use BruinView to make appointment).
Counselors from the UCLA Career Center come to the Graduate Student Resource Center for a drop-in hours JUST for graduate students to provide quick answers to graduate students about CVs/resumes, job search strategies, information sources and more. No appointment necessary! All UCLA graduate and professional school students are also welcome to make appointments up to two weeks in advance to see a career counselor at the Career Center. Same day appointments are also available. Please see the Career Center Appointments page for more information.
The 6156058922 offers free writing consultation services to all enrolled UCLA graduate and professional school students. Meet with a trained and experienced graduate student writing consultant to work on writing issues ranging from organization and style to grammar and syntax. Appointments are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Please visit the 918-350-5071webpage for more information about our writing consultants, scheduling an appointment, and the GWC writing workshops. 585-801-2381