If you are looking for COVID-19 related resources, try these first. We will update this page throughout SQ 2020.

  • University housing. UCLA Housing remains open and will continue to support students who want to stay in university housing until the end of their contracts. If you want to cancel your housing contract, there is no cancellation fee for early termination. If you cancel your contract and still have future years of eligibility, you will not lose your eligibility. For more information, visit the Housing COVID-19 information page.
  • Off-campus apartment leases. If you have questions about how to work with an off-campus landlord, and you are a current, registered student, you can receive legal assistance from UCLA Student Legal Services. You can request a Zoom appointment by filling out this online form. Answers to frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 and terminating an apartment lease are available on the Student Legal Services website.
  • The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars has published answers to frequently asked questions for F-1 and J-1 visa holders. That information and all recent communications from the Dashew Center can be found on the center’s website.
  • General Campus Info page. UCLA is providing regular updates for the campus community.
  • The UCLA Basic Needs Committee has created a Basic Needs Resource Guide and is updating it regularly. You’ll find information about food, housing, financial assistance, and other resources.
  • The Economic Crisis Response Team provides resources and guidance to students in financial crisis.
  • Legal Services. UCLA Student Legal Services has waived fees and provides services to students dealing with issues such as eviction.
  • CPO Food Closet. UCLA’s Food Closet can help provide gift cards that can be used towards purchasing food and other basic necessities. Their website also includes additional resources for help with meals.
  • UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services offers 24/7 crisis counseling. These are highly challenging times—don’t overlook your own mental health and wellbeing.
  • UCLA Financial Aid has posted a Q&A about how the COVID-19 situation might impact your financial aid eligibility, including the appeals process if your family income has changed.
  • UCLA College Academic Counseling has created a reference guide to taking classes P/NP (including factors to take into account).