Connecting students with an office or a professional colleague is one way of providing students with assistance.
A list of academic resources can be viewed through this Website.
Wellness Resources are available through the CAPS Website.
UCLA has developed resources and systems to respond to students in any stage of need. The “Red File – Faculty and Staff 911 Guide” provides guidance on how to assist students in crisis.
Case Managers are available to train UCLA constituents including student organizations, professional offices, or academic departments. Please contact CRTeam@ucla.edu with a description of your group, the type of information you’re seeking, and potential dates and times.
Additional Education and Training
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides additional training for students, staff, and faculty on responding to and supporting students in distress. Please visit Programs for Faculty and Staff on the CAPS website for more information or email email@example.com.
Bruin Alert UCLA has developed Bruin Alert to communicate official information during an emergency or crisis that disrupts the normal operation of the UCLA campus or threatens the health and safety of members of the campus community. Click on this link to learn more about this service.
The Community Service Officers program allows students to actively partake in campus safety. Students engage in safe practices by patrolling the area, offering escorts, and monitoring buildings. Explore this program by visiting their Website.