Frequently asked questions
- Fall 2020 update: In response to guidelines issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, UCLA will be moving to remote-only instruction for the fall, with the exception of a handful of in-person or hybrid courses that provide training for students preparing for essential workforce jobs and which cannot be conducted remotely. These include certain advanced, required classes in health and medicine, emergency services, social work, the sciences and engineering. Read the full message.
- Schools and academic departments will provide a wide range of remote courses to ensure that all students have access to the classes they need to make progress toward their academic degrees.
- Class locations on student study lists and the schedule of classes will be updated by the end of August.
The UCLA Center for Accessible Education offers a page of resources.
The libraries continue to provide resources for students, although the buildings are closed.
- Due to public health concerns, the University of California Education Abroad Program has made the decision to suspend fall-term 2020 programs and yearlong programs beginning in fall 2020 in all locations. Impacted students have been emailed by the UCEAP Systemwide Office and UCLA IEO about the news. Read the entire statement.
- At this time, all winter and spring 2021 programs are still scheduled to run. Because the earliest of these programs does not start until January 2021, no decisions otherwise have yet been made. Decisions on these programs would likely come sometime in late summer or fall quarter, when there is more up-to-date information about the COVID-19 situation. UCLA IEO and UCEAP will email all winter and spring 2021 applicants with updates as they become available.
- The international education office has a COVID-19 FAQ with more information.