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UCLA expects to be able to offer on-campus housing to a high percentage of those interested in the fall. We are currently planning for triple-capacity rooms, allowing us increased capacity to welcome foster youth, veterans, new first-year freshmen and transfer students. We will also be able to accommodate more second-year students, including second-year transfer students, than previously anticipated. For further details about our student housing plans for spring, summer and fall 2021, visit our UCLA Return to Campus page.

More information on fall quarter housing availability can be found on UCLA Housing’s COVID-19 information page.

UCLA is currently planning for triple-capacity rooms in on-campus housing for fall, allowing us increased capacity to welcome foster youth, veterans, new first-year freshmen and transfer students who are seeking housing with us. We will also be able to accommodate more second-year students, including second-year transfer students, than previously anticipated. For further details about our student housing plans for spring, summer and fall 2021, visit our UCLA Return to Campus page.

Restaurants and dining halls on campus can now operate indoors and outdoors with no limits on seating capacity or physical distancing requirements. Masks are required in restaurants and dining halls except when eating, in which case masks may be removed as long as physical distancing is maintained.

Plateia at the Luskin Conference Center is currently offering indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout meals.

Several restaurants at Ackerman Union and the Court of Sciences Student Center have also resumed full operation for the summer. For a list of open restaurants and schedules, visit ASUCLA.

UCLA Dining’s Bruin Café (at Sproul Hall) and Buin Bowl (and De Neve Plaza) are open to students for summer, with breakfast, lunch, dinner and grab-and-go options. For hours, see the UCLA Dining website.

ASUCLA Catering continues to offer Catering Express menus for meal pick up or delivery to those who are working on campus, and Starship delivery robots are available to deliver meals to those on campus from a number of ASUCLA restaurants.

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