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Academic & Student Services (AS2)

Mission Statement:
Student-athletes Understand that Character Creates Educational Self-Sufficiency

UCLA's 2015 graduating student-athletes

The mission of the UCLA Academic & Student Services office (AS2) and its
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Program is to provide an interactive learning environment that
emphasizes life-long learning habits, goal setting, teamwork, leadership and
character. Centered on the idea of the self-sufficient, independent learner, the
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Program features academic counseling, academic and student support
services, and student-athlete development programs that support and encourage
student-athletes to reach their full potential academically and personally. The AS2
team promotes a healthy balance between academics and athletics and embraces
UCLAs True Bruin philosophy setting forth the ethical standards of integrity,
excellence, accountability, respect and service. Our commitment is to assist studentathletes in their transition to the university, earning their UCLA degree, and develop
their skills and confidence to be champions in life.

UCLAs Academic & Student Services


Academic Counseling:
Program Planning & Course Selection
Priority Enrollment
Major Exploration
Graduate & Professional School Referrals

Student-Athlete Development:
Leadership Workshops
Community Outreach
Professional/Career Development
Bruin Athletic Council (BAC)
Student-Athlete Mentors (SAMS)
Personal Development

Academic Support Services:


Learning Specialists
Academic Mentoring
Peer Learning Sessions
Learning Strategies & Educational
Assessments
Summer Bridge Program
Midterm Progress Reports

Student Support Services:


Orientation Programs
Academic Travel Management
Learning Center Computer Lab
Scholar-Athlete Banquet
Bruin Athletics Graduation Celebration
Awards & Postgraduate Scholarships
Student-Athlete Assistance Fund

UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate
Scholarship Winners

Samantha Peszek
Gymnastics, 2015

Joe Sofia
Soccer, 2014

Jeff Locke
Football, 2013

Alaizah Koorji
Rowing, 2011

Andrea Remynse
Tennis, 2011

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (70)


Football (18)
1966-67
Ray Armstrong*
1966-67
Dallas Girder
1969-70
Greg Jones
1973-74
Steve Klosterman
1975-76
John Sciarra
1976-77
Jeff Dankworth
1977-78
John Fowler
1982-83
Cormac Carney
1983-84
Rick Neuheisel
1985-86
Mike Hartmeier
1989-90
Rick Meyer
1992-93
Carlton Gray
1995-96
George Kase
1998-99
Chris Sailer
1998-99
Shawn Stuart
1999-00
Danny Farmer
2007-08
Chris Joseph
2012-13
Jeff Locke
Mens Gymnastics (1)
1991-92
Scott Keswick
Mens Soccer (2)
1997-98
Josh Keller
2013-14
Joe Sofia

Mens Basketball (5)


1968-69
Kenny Heitz
1970-71
Terry Schofield
1979-80
Kiki Vandeweghe
1992-93
Richard Petruska*
1994-95
George Zidek
Mens Swimming & Diving (8)
1975-76
Tim McDonald
1978-79
Dan Stephenson
1984-85
Bruce Hayes
1984-85
Pat Thomas
1985-86
Steve Martz
1986-87
Brian Jones*
1991-92
Andrew Cecchi
1993-94
David Fleck

Mens Volleyball (4)


1970-71
Ed Machado
1981-82
Karch Kiraly
1986-87
Asbjorn Volstad
1996-97
Trong Nguyen*
Mens Water Polo (4)
1982-83
Brian Black
1995-96
Tommy Wong
1999-00
Parsa Bonderson
2000-01
Sean Kern
Womens Basketball (1)
1985-86
Anne Dean

Womens Golf (1)


1985-86
Kay Cockerill

Mens Tennis (1)


1995-96
Srdjan Muskatirovich Womens Gymnastics (5)
1989-90
Jill Andrews
Mens Track & Field (5)
2002-03
Kristin Parker
1977-78
Willie Banks
2002-03
Onnie Willis
1994-95
John Godina
2005-06
Kate Richardson
1997-98
Josh Johnson
2014-15
Samantha Peszek
2008-09
Kyle Shackleton
2008-09
Drew Shackleton
Womens Rowing (1)
2010-11
Alaizah Koorji

NCAA Top Eight Awards (14)


1975-76
John Sciarra, Football
1976-77
Jeff Dankworth, Football
1981-82
Karch Kiraly, Volleyball
1982-83
Cormac Carney, Football
1988-89
Carnell Lake, Football
1989-90
Jill Andrews, Gymnastics
1992-93
Carlton Gray, Football
1992-93
Scott Keswick, Gymnastics
1993-94
Julie Bremner, Volleyball
1993-94
Lisa Fernandez, Softball
1996-97
Annette Salmeen, Swimming
2001-02
Stacey Nuveman, Softball
2002-03
Onnie Willis, Gymnastics
2006-07
Kate Richardson, Gymnastics

Rhodes Scholarships (5)


1925
John Olmsted, Tennis
1962
William Zeltonoga, Wrestling
1969
Harold Griffin, Football
1996
Annette Salmeen, Swimming
2008
Chris Joseph, Football
NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8)
1978
Donn Moomaw, Football
1981
Willie Naulls, Basketball
1994
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball
1999
Bill Walton, Basketball
2003
Ann Meyers, Basketball
2008
Dot Richardson, Softball
2008
Cormac Carney, Football
2010
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Basketball/Track

Womens Softball (2)


1992-93
Lisa Fernandez
1994-95
Jennifer Brundage
Womens Swimming & Diving (5)
1995-96
Annette Salmeen
1999-00
Keiko Price
2000-01
Brighid Dwyer
2001-02
Katie Younglove
2003-04
Kristen Lewis
Womens Tennis (2)
1983-84
Karen Dewis
2010-11
Andrea Remynse

Womens Track & Field (3)


1996-97
Amy Acuff
1997-98
Nada Kawar
2006-07
Jackie Nguyen
Womens Volleyball (2)
1993-94
Julie Bremner
2000-01
Elisabeth Bachman
*Alternate Selections

Capital One All-American Hall of Fame (8)


1988
Donn Moomaw, Football
1990
Jamaal Wilkes, Basketball
1994
Bill Walton, Basketball
1994
Coach John Wooden, Basketball
1999
John Fowler, Basketball
2005
Cormac Carney, Football
2009
Karch Kiraly, Volleyball
2011
Julie Bremner, Volleyball
NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4)
1977
Tom Bradley, Football
1984
Rafer Johnson, Track & Field
1996
Coach John Wooden, Basketball
2003
Donna de Varona, Swimming

Student-Athlete Development
The Bruin Student-Athlete Development
Program strives to enhance the studentathlete experience within the University
setting by coordinating educational
programs that address personal growth,
leadership, professional development and
community service. Our goal is to assist
student-athletes with their transition to
college, provide opportunities to enhance
their college experience, support the
development of a well-balance lifestyle, and
prepare student-athletes to be champions in
life. Student-Athlete Development programs
include:
Health Education
Life Skills Workshops
Team Building
Career Exploration
Leadership Seminars
Resume & Interviewing Skills

Wooden Academy:
Teamwork, Leadership & Character
Bruins in the Community
Bruin student-athletes have the opportunity to
participate in community outreach activities on
campus and throughout the Los Angeles area.
Examples of these events include:

Dribble for the Cure


Weekly visits to Mattel Childrens Hospital
Prime Time Games: Championship Saturday
UCLA Lab School Fit Week
Im Going to College Program
Adopt-a-Classroom
Bruin for a Day
Sports clinics
Elementary school activities and reading days

These opportunities give student-athletes the


chance to mentor youth, give back to the
community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA
Athletics.

The Wooden Academy is a leadership development


program designed to educate and support Bruin
student-athlete leaders. The program was named after
legendary Coach John Wooden and strives to teach the
principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that
these skills will assist student-athletes in their pursuit
to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as
they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes
have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden
Academy each year by attending seminars to learn
practical leadership lessons from coaches,
administrators and Bruin alumni.
Leadership Development Program (LDP): The LDP
is designed to teach freshmen and transfers the skills
they need to lead themselves and effectively work with
others. Our goal is to create a strong network of future
Bruin leaders.
Wooden Academy Seminars: These seminars are
offered to all student-athletes and address leadership,
personal and professional development topics that are
relevant to the student-athlete experience.

Undergraduate Majors and Minors

COLLEGE OF LETTERS
AND SCIENCE

African American Studies


African and Middle Eastern Studies1
American Indian Studies
American Literature and Culture
Ancient Near East and Egyptology
Anthropology
Arabic
Art History
Asian American Studies
Asian Humanities
Asian Religions
Asian Studies1
Astrophysics
Atmospheric, Oceanic and
Environmental Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology2
Biophysics
Business Economics1,2,3
Central and East European Languages
and Cultures
Chemistry
Chemistry/Materials Science
Chicana and Chicano Studies
Chinese
Classical Civilization
Cognitive Science1
Communication Studies2,5
Comparative Literature
Computational and Systems Biology1
Earth and Environmental Science
Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution2
Economics1,2,3
Engineering Geology
English2
Environmental Science
European Studies1
French
French and Linguistics
Gender Studies
Geography
Geography/Environmental Studies
Geology
Geophysics
German
Global Studies1,2
Greek
Greek and Latin
History1
Human Biology and Society1,2
International Development Studies1,2
Iranian Studies
Italian
Italian and Special Fields
Japanese
Jewish Studies
Korean
Latin
Latin American Studies1
Linguistics
Linguistics and Anthropology
Linguistics and Asian Languages and
Cultures
Linguistics and Computer Science
Linguistics and English
Linguistics and French

Linguistics and Italian


Linguistics and Philosophy
Linguistics and Psychology
Linguistics and Scandinavian
Languages
Linguistics and Spanish
Linguistics, Applied
Marine Biology2
Mathematics1
Mathematics, Applied1
Mathematics/Applied Science1
Mathematics/Atmospheric and
Oceanic Sciences
Mathematics/Economics1,2
Mathematics/Financial Actuarial1,2
Mathematics for Teaching1
Mathematics of Computation1
Microbiology, Immunology, and
Molecular Genetics1,2
Middle Eastern Studies
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental
Biology2
Neuroscience2
Philosophy
Physics4
Physiological Science2
Political Science1,2
Portuguese
Psychobiology1,2
Psychology1,2
Religion, Study of
Russian Language and Literature
Russian Studies
Scandinavian Languages and Cultures
Sociology1,2
Spanish
Spanish and Community and Culture
Spanish and Linguistics
Spanish and Portuguese
Statistics1
Individual Field of Concentration4
UndeclaredHumanities6
UndeclaredLife Sciences6
UndeclaredPhysical Sciences6
UndeclaredSocial Sciences6

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS


AND ARCHITECTURE

Architectural Studies5
Art
Dance
Design | Media Arts
World Arts and Cultures
Individual Field of Concentration4

UCLA HERB ALPERT SCHOOL OF


MUSIC

Ethnomusicology
(Jazz Studies, World Music)
Music
(Composition, Music Education,
Performance)
Music History

SCHOOL OF THEATER,
FILM AND TELEVISION

Film and Television


Theater
Individual Field of Concentration4

HENRY SAMUELI
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
AND APPLIED SCIENCE

Aerospace Engineering
Bioengineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
UndeclaredEngineering and Applied
Science6

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Nursing Prelicensure

UNDERGRADUATE MINORS

Accounting
African American Studies
African and Middle Eastern Studies
African Studies
American Indian Studies
Ancient Near East and Egyptology
Anthropology
Applied Developmental Psychology
Arabic and Islamic Studies
Armenian Studies
Art History
Asian American Studies
Asian Humanities
Asian Languages
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Bioinformatics
Biomedical Research
Central and East European Studies
Chicana and Chicano Studies
Civic Engagement
Classical Civilization
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Conservation Biology
Digital Humanities
Disability Studies
Earth and Environmental Science
East Asian Studies
Education Studies
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Systems and Society
European Studies
Evolutionary Medicine
Film, Television, and Digital Media
Food Studies
French
Gender Studies
Geochemistry
Geography
Geography/Environmental Studies
Geology
Geophysics and Planetary Physics
Geospatial Information Systems and
Technologies
German
Germanic Languages
Gerontology

Global Health
Global Studies
Greek
Hebrew and Jewish Studies
History of Science and Medicine
Iranian Studies
Israel Studies
Italian
Labor and Workplace Studies
Latin
Latin American Studies
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender
and Queer Studies
Linguistics
Literature and the Environment
Mathematical Biology
Mathematics
Mexican Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
Music History
Music Industry
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Portuguese
Public Affairs
Public Health
Religion, Study of
Russian Language
Russian Literature
Russian Studies
Scandinavian
Science Education
Social Thought
Society and Genetics
South Asian Studies
Southeast Asian Studies
Spanish
Spanish Linguistics
Statistics
Structural Biology
Systems Biology
Teaching Secondary Mathematics
Theater
Urban and Regional Studies
Visual and Performing Arts Education
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NOTES

Applicants are admitted to premajor status until prerequisites


are satisfactorily completed.
Transfer applicants should note
that demand for this major
significantly exceeds space
available at the transfer level
Transfers students who are
admitted to a major outside the
Department of Economics are
not permitted to transfer into
one of the economics majors.
Not open to entering students.
Open to junior level applicants
only (60 semester/90 quarter
units completed by transfer).
Only freshmen level applicants
may apply as undeclared.

UCLAs Most Popular Academic Majors


Careers in Business &
Economics

Careers in Medicine/Sciences

Majors:
Business Economics
Communication Studies
Economics
Economics/Mathematics
Global Studies
International Development Studies
Mathematics, Financial Actuarial

Majors:
Anthropology (B.S.)
Biology
Chemistry
Human Biology & Society
Marine Biology
Neuroscience
Physics
Physiological Science
Psychobiology

Minors:
Accounting
Entrepreneurship

Careers in Engineering/
Computer Science/Math
Majors:
Aerospace Engineering
Bioengineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mathematics, Applied
Mathematics/Applied Science

Minors:
Evolutionary Medicine

Careers in Law
Majors:
English
History
Communication Studies
History
Sociology
Political Science

Careers in Education

Minors:
Civic Engagement
English
Global Studies
Philosophy
Public Affairs

Majors:
Mathematics for Teaching
Psychology
Sociology
Subject-specific (History, Biology, etc.)

Minors:
Civic Engagement
Disability Studies
Education Studies
Language Teaching
Science Education
Teaching Secondary Mathematics

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UCLA Housing
UCLAs on-campus housing is
situated at the heart of university
life and is just a short walk away
from sports facilities, classrooms,
laboratories and libraries. With
housing and dining needs
met, Bruins are free to concentrate
on their commitments as studentathletes.

Incoming freshmen are guaranteed 3 years of


on-campus housing at UCLA and studentathletes are guaranteed 4 years. Most studentathletes will be paired with a fellow studentathlete roommate in a two-person room.
(pictured left)

On-Campus Housing Amenities:


Basic cable television
High speed internet
Student technology centers
Recreation/game rooms
Access to basketball, tennis, volleyball and
swimming facilities
Early morning/late night restaurants
To-go meals
Residential cleaning services
Social and study lounges (pictured right)

UCLA Dining
UCLA Dining Services is an award-winning
program that is nationally recognized for its
high quality cuisine, state-of-the-art
facilities and innovative services. UCLAs
newest eatery, Bruin Plate, is among the
nations first health-themed dining halls,
with a focus on quality, freshness and flavor.
What you won't find is a stereotypical
cafeteria. No matter your preferences,
dietary needs or schedule, UCLA has an
option for you!

Residential Restaurants:
Bruin Plate - Fresh and healthy selections
FEAST - Pan-Asian cuisine
Covel Commons - Pasta & pizza station, grill
area
De Neve - Comfort food, rotating daily
specialties

Quick Service Restaurants:


Bruin Cafe - Smoothies, sandwiches, salads and
wraps
Cafe 1919 - Authentic Italian cuisine
Rendezvous - Breakfast sandwiches, Mexican
and Asian dishes

Jackie Robinson Athletics and


Recreation Complex

42

Acosta Athletic Training Complex


Athletic Performance, Athletic
Training/Sports Medicine

Elvin C. Ducky Drake Track &


Field Stadium
Soccer, Track & Field

Easton Stadium
Softball

Gifford Golf Practice Facility


Golf

Jackie Robinson Stadium


Baseball

J.D. Morgan Athletics Center


Athletic Administration, Hall of
Fame, Academic & Student Services

John Wooden Center


Gymnastics, Volleyball

Los Angeles Tennis Center


Tennis

Jackie Robinson Athletics and


Recreation Complex

42

UCLA Marina Aquatic Center


Rowing

North Athletic Field


Soccer

Edwin W. Pauley Pavilion


Basketball, Gymnastics, Volleyball

Spaulding Field
Football

Spieker Aquatics Center


Swimming & Diving, Water Polo

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center


Beach Volleyball

Additional UCLA Facilities

Hillcrest Country Club


Golf (in addition to other
surrounding country clubs)

The Rose Bowl


Football

Evaluation

Collaboration
To ensure that each
student-athlete reaches
their full athletic potential
by developing all aspects
of their physical and
mental performance using
a team approach.
Athletic Performance
Sports Nutrition
Sports Medicine
Rehabilitation

Global:
Body Composition
Functional
Movement
Power Output
Lower Body
Strength
Upper Body
Strength

Sports Specific:
Speed
Power
Upper Body
Strength
Lower Body
Strength
Endurance

Philosophy:
Education

Motivation

Acosta Athletic Training Complex:

Fueling Station that includes Pre-Training Fuel/


Hydration, Post-Lift Recovery and Snacks (while inseason)
Comprehensive strength facility with 27 lifting
platforms and an indoor athletic performance area
Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Center with 3
Hydro Pools, SwimEx, Bod Pod and Anti-Gravity
treadmill

113

& Counting

Mens NCAA Titles (74)


Baseball (1) - 2013
Basketball (11) - 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970,
1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
Golf (2) - 1988, 2008
Gymnastics (2) - 1984, 1987
Soccer (4) - 1985, 1990, 1997, 2002
Swimming & Diving (1) - 1982
Tennis (16) - 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1960,
1961, 1965, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1982,
1984, 2005
Track & Field, Outdoor (8) - 1956, 1966, 1971, 1972,
1973, 1978, 1987, 1988
Volleyball (19) - 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976,
1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1993,
1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2006
Water Polo (10) - 1969, 1971, 1972, 1995, 1996, 1999,
2000, 2004, 2014, 2015

Other Mens National Titles (6)


Football (1) - 1954 UPI
Rowing (2) - 1972, 1973 IRA
Volleyball (3) - 1956, 1965, 1967 USVBA

Womens NCAA Titles (39)


Golf (3) - 1991, 2004, 2011
Gymnastics (6) - 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010
Soccer (1) - 2013
Softball (11) - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990,
1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010
Tennis (2) - 2008, 2014
Track & Field, Indoor (2) - 2000, 2001
Track & Field, Outdoor (3) - 1982, 1983, 2004
Volleyball (4) - 1984, 1990, 1991, 2011
Water Polo (7) - 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2009

Other Womens National Titles (15)


Badminton (1) - 1977 AIAW
Basketball (1) - 1978 AIAW
Golf (1) - 1971 DGWS
Rowing (1) - 1974 IRA
Softball (1) - 1978 AIAW
Tennis (1) - 1981 AIAW
Track & Field (2) - 1975, 1977 AIAW
Volleyball (3) - 1972 DGWS, 1974, 1975 AIAW
Water Polo (4) - 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 National
Collegiate

UCLA leads the nation with 113 NCAA team championships and 134 total national championships

Bruin Olympians
#5 in the World

in gold medals
Gold Medal Count
(1984-2012)
1. USA

357

2. USSR/Russia

232

3. China

201

4. Germany

172

5. UCLA

83

6. South Korea

80

7. Italy

78

8. Australia

77

9. France

76

10. Romania

60

Innovators & Groundbreakers

At UCLA, barriers come with breakthroughs, obstacles with broken


records; challenges are dismantled, and boundaries smashed.

The only thing unbreakable is our spirit.


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Only player to win 6 NBA MVP awards

Troy Aikman
First quarterback to win 3 Super Bowls in 4 years
Donald Barksdale
First African-American to win an Olympic basketball gold
medal

Arthur Ashe
First African-American to win
Wimbledon

Tom Bradley
UCLA Track alum; Americas first African American
Mayor of a major city without a black majority
Terry Donahue
First football coach to win bowl games in 7 consecutive
seasons

John Wooden
First man elected to the
Basketball Hall of Fame as both a
player and a coach

Florence Griffith-Joyner
First woman to run the 100m in under 10.50 seconds
Karch Kiraly
First three-time Olympic gold medalist in volleyball
Mike Lodish
First player to play in 6 Super Bowls
Ken Norton, Jr.
First player to win 3 straight Super Bowls
Al Scates
First collegiate coach to win 18 NCAA titles in a single
sport (retired with 19 titles in volleyball)

Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Only woman to win back-to-back
Olympic heptathlons; Top Female
Collegiate Athlete of the last 25
years

Kenny Washington
First African-American to play in the modern era NFL

Ann Meyers Drysdale


First four-time female basketball All-American;
The only woman ever to sign a free-agent contract
with the NBA

Lisa Fernandez
First softball player to be named
outstanding female collegiate athlete
of the year (Honda-Broderick Cup)

Jackie Robinson
First African-American to play
Major League Baseball

Meb Keflezighi
First American champion of Boston Marathon
(2014) in 31 years

Life After Sports

UCLA Athletics Alumni

Name (Sport):

Position:

Troy Aikman (Football)


Gary Beban (Football)

Football AnalystFOX
President of Corporate Services/DirectorCB
Richard Ellis
Former UCLA Vice Chancellor
Announcer NBC, Universal Sports
L.A. County Fire Captain
Executive Vice PresidentHR Policy Association
US District Court Judge
President & CEOColumbia Distribution
Golf AnalystGolf Channel (NBC)
HostInteractivation Health Networks
VP InvestmentsMorgan Stanley
ChairmanJF Real Estate Development
Founder/Director of Emergency Medical Association
and Training CenterTurkey
BroadcasterESPN, Fox Sports West
VP of ProductionFox Sports Net
Sr. VP of BusinessLos Angeles Lakers
PresidentBring It Promotions
Co-Founder & former CEOSling Media; CEOid8
Group R2 Studios
DirectorUCLAs Athletic Performance Program
PresidentKennedy-Marshall; ProducerIndiana
Jones, Back to the Future
Vice PresidentLourd Murray
President & General ManagerWNBAs Phoenix
Mercury; Sports Analyst
General ManagerGolden State Warriors
Hollywood Stuntwoman
Director & ProducerGreen Flash
PresidentA.B. Technical Systems
Football Analyst/AnnouncerCBS Sports
President & CEOAmerican Board of Family
Medicine
PediatricianCedars-Sinai Medical Center
VP of LitigationFOX Broadcasting
President & CEOKennedy Wilson Commercial Real
Estate
Sports AgentWasserman Media Group
PresidentSpieker Companies, Inc.
SWARichmond University
Production ManagerFox Sports Net
FBI Agent
Sr. Account ExecutiveEMC Corporation
CFOLegacy Energy, Inc.
Voice-over Actor, Business Consultant
Attorney & Sports AgentWasserman Media Group
Sr. VP, Corporate PartnershipsLA Dodgers

Pete Blackman (Basketball)


Ato Boldon (Track & Field)
Jamie Brown (Basketball)
Shelly Carlin (Softball)
Cormac Carney (Football)
Gregg Christianson (Football)
Kay Cockerill (Golf)
Maura Driscoll-Farden (Gymnastics)
Peter Ehrman (Volleyball)
Joel Farkas (Golf)
John Fowler (Football)

Tim Daggett
(Gymnastics)
Gymnastics
Commentator/
AnalystNBC

Dan Guerrero
(Baseball)
UCLA Director of
Athletics

Amanda Freed (Softball)


Roy Hamilton (Basketball)
Tim Harris (Soccer)
Tim Kelly (Volleyball)
Blake Krikorian (Water Polo)
Mike Linn (Football)
Frank Marshall (Soccer)

Anita Ortega
(Basketball)

Cade McNown (Football)


Ann Meyers Drysdale (Basketball)

CaptainLos
Angeles Police
Department

Mark Harmon
(Football)
Actor and
Producer; NCIS

Gina PrinceBlythewood
(Basketball)
Director/
Screenwriter: Love &
Basketball, The
Secret Life of Bees

Bob Myers (Basketball)


Heidi Moneymaker (Gymnastics)
Paul Nihipali (Volleyball)
Doug Partie (Volleyball)
Ron Pitts (Football)
James Puffer (Water Polo)
Paula Rasmussen (Gymnastics)
Jill Ratner (Soccer)
Mary Ricks (Softball)
Tasha Schwikert (Gymnastics)
Tod Spieker (Swimming)
LaRee Sugg (Golf)
Stacy Sunny (Softball)
Necie Thompson (Basketball)
Jeff Williams (Volleyball)
Jonathan Wimbish (Water Polo)
Chuck White (Golf)
Joel Wolfe (Baseball)
Michael Young (Football, Baseball)

Bruins Everywhere

Accomplishments Across Industries

Name:

Significant Accomplishment:

Sean Aston
Catherine Bell
Sara Bareilles
Beth Behrs
Howard L. Berman
Brooke Burke
Carol Burnett
Nancy Cartwright
Ted Chen
Marilyn McCoo Davis
Brad Delson
Rick Dickert
Brenda Ross Dulan
Will Forte
Brad Garrett

ActorLord of the Rings, 24


ActressJag, Army Wives
3-time Grammy nomineeLove Song, King of Anything
Actress2 Broke Girls
Former CA CongressmanHouse of Representatives
TV Host & WinnerDancing With the Stars
Actress, Emmy winner
Voice ActorBart Simpson on The Simpsons
Co-AnchorNBCs Today in LA
7-time Grammy WinnerFifth Dimension
Grammy Winner, Lead GuitaristLinkin Park
Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy winnerSkyFox
Sr. VPWells Fargo Bank
ActorSaturday Night Live cast member, MacGruber, Nebraska
Actor, Emmy winnerEverybody Loves Raymond (Robert); 1st Star
Search $100K winner
Choreographer & JudgeDancing With the Stars
ActressDynasty, Melrose Place, Spin City
FounderNet-a-Porter
ActressThe Wonder Years, West Wing; Published mathematician;
Proved theorem
Superior Court Judge; 1st African American elected to L.A. City Council
Former PresidentDisney Corporation
Actor/Producer; Academy Award winnerMystic River
Producer, Golden Globe & Emmy nomineeSex in the City; also worked
on Melrose Place and Beverly Hills, 90210
ActorZoolander, Meet the Fockers
Former JudgeU.S. Court District; 1st Japanese-American appointed
Federal Court Judge
Former mayor of Los Angeles; Former Speaker of the CA Assembly
President/OwnerWasserman Media Group
ActorFamily Matters; Director
Newscaster/Field ReporterNBC News LA
Former LA County Supervisor3rd District

Carrie Ann Inaba


Heather Locklear
Natalie Massenet
Danica McKellar
Billy Mills
Michael Ovitz
Tim Robbins
Darren Star
Ben Stiller
Robert R. Takasugi
Antonio Villaraigosa
Casey Wasserman
Jaleel White
Jane Yamamoto
Zev Yaroslavsky

Mayim Bialik
Ph.D. in Neuroscience;
ActressBig Bang
Theory

Henry Samueli
Co-founder, Chairman, &
CTOBroadcom
Corporation; UCLA
Samueli School of
Engineering; Owner
Anaheim Ducks

Francis Ford Coppola


Academy Award winner
best known for The
Godfather; Entrepreneur
Gabrielle Union
ActressBring It On,
Think Like A Man

Mariska Hargitay
Golden Globe winner,
Emmy nomineeLaw
& Order
James Franco
Actor, Academy Award
nominee127 Hours,
Milk

Megan McArthur
AstronautSpace Shuttle Atlantis

Michael Nash
Presiding JudgeLA Juvenile Court

Kal Penn
AdvisorObama
Administration; Actor
House, Harold & Kumar

Giada DeLaurentiis
Food Network

Lights! Camera! Action!


With an average daily temperature of 74and 329 days of sunshine a year, Los Angeles offers ideal
conditions for filming almost every day of the year. Combine the west-coast weather with UCLAs
architecture and you have the ideal set for many notable TV shows and movies.

Legally BlondeReese Witherspoon

Modern FamilyTy Burrell and Sarah Hyland

JobsAshton Kutcher

The Mindy ProjectMindy Kaling

Old SchoolVince Vaughn, Luke Wilson and Will Ferrell

Gilmore GirlsAlexis Bledel and Lauren Graham

Additional Movies & Television Shows: College GameDay, The Nutty Professor, 90210,
Greek, How I Met Your Mother, Parks and Recreation, Angels & Demons, The House Bunny,
Erin Brockovich, House, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as well as many other awards shows,
music videos, commercials, movies and TV shows!

Welcome to Los Angeles!


Located in the vibrant Southern California city of Los Angeles, UCLA and the surrounding Westwood
Village is the ideal place to attend college. Located just 5 miles from the beach and surrounded by Bel Air,
Brentwood and Beverly Hills, you will always have something to do. Whether youre in Westwood
watching celebrities walk the red carpet at one of the many movie premieres held just a few blocks from
campus, hiking one of the beautiful local trails, cheering on LAs teams at the Staples Center or Dodger
Stadium, or taking a day trip to Disneyland or the snow, you will always be happy with the endless
possibilities you can take advantage of as a UCLA Bruin!
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A. Disneyland; B. Santa Monica Promenade; C. The Grove; D. Venice Beach; E. Universal Studios; F. Westwood
Village Theater; G. Dodger Stadium; H. Nokia Theatre L.A. Live; I. Rodeo Drive; J. LACMA; K. Santa Monica Pier;
L. Staples Center; M. Santa Monica Harbor; N. Getty Villa