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University of California-Los Angeles
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405 Hilgard Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-4321
ucla.edu/

About the College
University of California-Los Angeles is located in Los Angeles California and was established in 1919. The school hosts over 30,000 students in their school. Since the school started out they have had the dedication to giving their students the best education possible. They do this by have instructors that are trained in their field of work teaching the students. The University has a mission of giving their students the chance to think, create, and learn for them. University of California-Los Angeles is a place for higher education and learning for a career of your dreams.
Campus
University of California-Los Angeles offers on campus housing. They also offer online housing needs. This is where you can apply for housing, make payments, see frequently asked questions about housing and many other housing services. If you prefer to live off campus, you can find great houses and apartments around in the local area. The campus also offers students dining services for meals. The campus also offers students libraries, parking for students and staff, pools, public affairs, health services and financial aid is just some of the things. The campus is a big campus so there are buildings for different programs.
Courses
University of California-Los Angeles is a place where you can find a great deal of programs to fit just about every student. Students have many choices in programs so they can have a variety to choose from for their careers. Some of the programs they offer are Aerospace Studies, Anthropology, Art History, Arts and Architecture, Biomedical Physics, Biomedical Research, Civic Engagement, Computer Science, Design and Media Arts, Education, Electrical Engineering, English, Environmental Health Services, Family Medicine, Health Services, Global Studies, General Education Clusters, Law, Life Sciences, Information studies, Medicine, Military Science, Moving Image Archive Studies, Music, Nursing, Naval Science and so much more. This is just a small list of what the University offers their students.

College Type: 4-year, Public

Offering: Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate, Master's degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree, First-professional degree, First-professional certificate

Campus Setting: City, Large

Campus Housing Available: Yes

Student Population: 37476, 69% undergraduates


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