Samueli Engineering Resources for Transfer Students

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS (OASA)

The Office of Academic and Student Affairs (OASA) provides academic advising and counseling for engineering undergraduate students.  We encourage transfer students to meet with your academic counselors at least once per quarter to ensure timely progress to degree completion.

Contact

Office:  6426 Boelter Hall, UCLA
Phone: (310) 825-9580
Website: http://www.seasoasa.ucla.edu

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING LIBRARY (SEL)

The Science and Engineering Library (SEL) comprises two locations: SEL/Boelter (main location) in 8270 Boelter Hall and SEL/Geology in 4697 Geology Building. Click here to check out the SEL website for more information about available services.

SEASNET COMPUTING FACILITY

Contact  SEASnet

E-mail: 
Help Desk Phone: 310-206-6864
Lab Consultant Station: 310-267-5154
Address: 2684 Boelter Hall
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 4:30pm
WOMEN IN ENGINEERING

WE@UCLAWomen in Engineering is a program by UCLA Samueli School of Engineering that commits to maintaining an environment that enhances the personal and professional development of women, provides opportunities and resources for women to develop self-efficacy and leadership skills, and facilitates their entry into academic, industrial and research careers.
Check out their page for more information.

MEETING SPACES

There are several reserve-able meeting spaces in the school as well as in the departments for events associated with the Samueli School of Engineering.

Contact the Engineering Transfer Center for more information.

Campus Resources for Transfer Students

UCLA TRANSFER CENTER

You can find more resources for transfers outside of HSSEAS at the UCLA Transfer Center. There are information on transfer timelines such as research timeline, academic timeline, or frequently asked questions that transfer students have, etc. You might also find the Resources tab helpful, which is categorized by needs such as finance (e.g. coop housing, meal tickets, food closet, etc.), students with family/non-traditional transfers, and so on.

TRANSFER STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS & TRANSFER LEADERSHIP COALITION

There are numerous transfer specific student organizations at UCLA, check them out here.
Interested in being part of Transfer Student Leadership Coalition? Please email  or learn more here .

THE TRANSFER EXPERIENCE AT RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Learn more about the Transfer Experience and De Neve Gardenia/Holly Residential Halls.

Connect with the Transfer Experience at Residential Life
Location | Bradley Hall, Suite 205|
Phone | Front Desk –  310.825.5451
Res Life Office – 310.825.5199

USAC TRANSFER REPRESENTATIVE'S OFFICE

The Undergraduate Student Association Council (USAC) is the undergraduate student government at UCLA. The Transfer Student Representative’s Office addresses the needs of all UCLA transfer students and is responsible for bringing transfer students concerns to the administration and the council.

Connect with USAC Transfer Representative’s Office
Location | 313 Kerckhoff Hall
Social Media | Facebook

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PARTNERSHIPS (CCCP)

CCCP works to increase transfer rates and success of under-served community college populations by developing and strengthening partnerships between UCLA and California Community Colleges.
CCCP provides outreach, advocacy, peer mentor opportunities, and strong academic support programs for prospective and new transfers.

Connect with CCCP
Location | Campbell Hall, Suite 2211
Office Hours | Monday – Friday from  9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Social Media | Facebook
E-mail | 
Phone | 310.267.4441

General Campus Resources

 

UCLA REGISTRAR
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
CAREER CENTER
ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM (AAP)
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS, LEADERSHIP, AND ENGAGEMENT (SOLE)
FIRST TO GO
FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE (FYE)
INTERNATIONAL CENTER (DASHEW CENTER)
FREE FACILITIES
  • Free printing
    • SAC Computer Lab (100p),
    • LBGT Center (5p),
    • and other computer labs: when you log on to a computer in SAC computer lab, you can check where are other computer labs you can print such as Biomed, Public Affairs, etc.
  • UCLA Planetarium and Telescope Shows: Do you know there is a planetarium on the 9th floor of MS building? There are free public shows with special topics, and might be followed by a telescope show. If you are interested, check out their schedule here.
  • UCLA Marina Aquatic Center: Have you every tried kayaking in the beautiful Marina del Rey? As a UCLA student, you can do that for free! Check out their website for more information on hours of operation, and other services.