Please Visit UCLA Housing’s COVID-19 information page for more information and answers to frequently asked questions.
Remote Learning Resources
For those students who have limited access to the necessary technologies for remote learning, we remain committed to providing you with the assistance you need. UCLA has several programs that can help with purchasing or borrowing laptops, wifi hotspots, and other devices. Please visit Bruin Resources and Tools for more information. We also encourage any student who may be facing financial hardship to reach out to our Economic Crisis Response Team for assistance.
Housing and Dining
Currently, UCLA plans to accommodate about 5,000 students in on-campus residence halls and 1,500 students in university-owned and operated undergraduate apartments, with priority going to those with the greatest need. Residence hall occupancy is limited to one student per bedroom, and undergraduate apartments are limited to two students per bedroom. Certain buildings will be set aside for isolation of students who test positive for COVID-19 or who were in close contact with someone who tested positive and are required to quarantine.
Housing offers continue to be made weekly as space becomes available. Students can cancel their housing contracts before September 16 without penalty.
Dining facilities will be open for carry-out meals with limited seating and other safety precautions in place.
Please visit UCLA Housing’s COVID-19 information page for more information and answers to frequently asked questions.
- Cloth face coverings are required indoors and outdoors for anyone on campus, per guidelines from local and state health authorities.
- Daily symptom checks are required for anyone coming to campus or living in on-campus housing. More information on the campus’ symptom monitoring protocol is available online for staff and faculty performing non-healthcare work on campus (PDF) and for students (PDF).
- Asymptomatic COVID-19 testing will be required for all students living in university housing or participating in on-site or hybrid classes, as well as for faculty, staff, or teaching assistants involved in teaching on-site. Tests will be provided at no cost, and contact tracing protocols will be in place when anyone tests positive.
We recognize that international students have been severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis and new government policy directives. The UCLA Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars is working with campus partners to review recent directives and assess their impact and will provide additional information to our international students this week. New and continuing international students should visit the Dashew Center’s COVID-19 updates page for the latest information and answers to frequently asked questions.