Campus operations

Information on the status of campus buildings, services and operations and how the campus is maintaining safety during the pandemic.

Frequently asked questions

  • No. Campus buildings remain open for essential services.
  • Many campus units, including UCLA-owned housing, the Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center, UCLA Recreation, Counseling and Psychological Services, and ASUCLA dining facilities will continue to provide services, though some services may be modified.
  • See the complete list of available campus services.
  • Anyone on campus should maintain safe distances from others and wear a mask.

UCLA officials are closely monitoring the situation and relevant communications from county, state and federal authorities. They will continue to provide information on any new developments that would impact the campus and take action to ensure the health and safety of the Bruin community.

Custodial Services will be performing enhanced cleaning services for high touch areas and common spaces through out campus. For more detailed information please review the UCLA Facilities Management Custodial Services COVID-19 Procedures (PDF).

UCLA has suspended all nonessential events of any size for the time being.

The Hammer Museum and the Fowler Museum are both closed.

The libraries continue to provide resources for students and faculty, although the buildings are closed.

All ASUCLA restaurants and retail stores are closed. Students who currently live on the Hill can get meals from De Neve and Feast.

Ackerman Union, Lu Valle Commons, Health Sciences, North Campus Shop and South Campus Shop are closed.

The Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center is classified as an essential service by UCLA and remains open for all students, but some services are limited during this time. The Ashe Center currently offers in-person visits for any acute, urgent issues and prescheduled appointments for any routine issues by phone, email or online.

  • The UCLA College hosted a virtual celebration on June 12. The class of 2020 will have an in-person event during the 2020–21 academic year when it is again safe to gather.

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