Frequently asked questions
All UCLA students who plan to come to campus for any purpose, including class, work or other activities, are required to take a survey each day to monitor themselves for symptoms of the coronavirus. Students living in university-owned housing are also required to complete the symptom monitoring daily.
The survey may be completed on a smartphone, tablet or computer, and it should take no more than five minutes.
Students will be required to receive a clearance certificate from the survey before entering the UCLA campus grounds or any UCLA facilities — except for their own campus housing residence. UCLA will keep the information about individuals’ symptoms confidential; that information will be shared only with designated campus officials who are involved in responding to the pandemic.
Upon completion of the survey, the system will either generate a clearance certificate or direct students to call the Ashe Center COVID-19 Hotline at 310-206-6217 for instructions prior to entering UCLA shared spaces.
- In normal times, UCLA is able to offer housing to a majority of incoming and returning students. At this point, it is still unclear how the COVID-19 crisis will affect operations in student housing and residential life during the 2020–21 academic year.
- The Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost announced June 15, however, that on-campus housing will be provided at a lower population density to a limited number of students, with some rooms set aside for quarantine or isolation. Read the full message.
- UCLA also aims to offer housing to as many first-year students as feasible; some of these offers will be determined by lottery. UCLA Housing will reach out to students regarding available accommodations by June 29. More information and details about the factors used to determine eligibility are available at this Housing FAQ page.
- UCLA does not anticipate canceling any eligible graduate students’ 2020–21 housing contracts and rental agreements in response to the pandemic.
- As of June 19, all students living in university-owned housing are required to complete a survey each day to monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19. Read the full message.
- UCLA Housing has implemented many physical distancing procedures that will likely continue in the fall.
- A dedicated housekeeping team will regularly and safely clean all public restrooms and common areas in the residence halls.
It has not yet been determined how many roommates can be accommodated in any given unit type.
All ASUCLA restaurants and retail stores are closed. Students who currently live on the Hill can get meals from De Neve and Feast.