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UCLA Central Ticket Office (CTO) & Additional Discounts
- The Central Ticket Office
The Central Ticket Office (located next to Pauley Pavilion) offers a variety of discounted tickets to events on and off campus. Below are some examples of available discounts:
- Movie tickets
- UCLA Athletic events
- Theme Parks (Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain/Six Flags, and more)
- Cultural/Special Events
- Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA (CAP)
For additional information regarding available discounts, please visit their website at: https://tickets.ucla.edu/
- Cell Phone Provider Discounts
- Staff are also eligible for cell phone provider discounts for AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint & T-Mobile. For additional information on discounts percentage amounts and whom to contact, please visit: https://www.it.ucla.edu/services/phone-tv-radio/ucla-mobile-program/mobile-carrier-contacts
- Tuition Discounts
- Tuition discounts are also available. Tuition discounts are dependent on a wide variety of factors including appointment type, appointment percentage, school and program. Please contact your admissions office for additional information. Please note that UCLA staff is not given priority admission. Admission is purely based on merit and qualifications.
- The following schools do not provide tuition discounts for staff:
- UCLA Anderson School of Management
- UCLA School of Law
- UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine
- UCLA School of Dentistry
Ways to Get Involved on Campus
- Staff Assembly
- UCLA Staff Assembly is an organization “for staff, by staff”. Through educational, social, and community programs, they foster staff engagement in support of UCLA’s mission. The benefits include leadership opportunities, networking, personal and professional development, recognition, and campus involvement to name a few. All staff are encouraged to be a part of our community.
- UCLA Blood & Platelet Center/Blood Drives
- Staff are highly encouraged to donate blood to those in need. Upon donation, staff will be given a blood donation certificate which is redeemable for administrative leave. Please visit our Blood Donations page for additional information.
- Government & Community Relations
- UCLA Advocacy mobilizes individuals on behalf of the university to support legislation and policies that positively impact public higher education.
- CrossCheck via the Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
- “CrossCheck is an online platform used to change the way we think and talk about equity, diversity and inclusion in the University. The goal is to encourage all of us to “up our game” with respect to our discourse about equity, diversity and inclusion and to insist that we go beyond soundbites, caricatures and slogans.” -Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang
Ways to Give Back
As a Bruin, we commit ourselves to the highest ethical standards.
- Respect: I will respect the rights & dignity of others.
- Accountability: I will be accountable as an individual & member of this community for my ethical conduct.
- Integrity: I will conduct myself with integrity in my dealings with & on behalf of the University.
- Service: I will make an impact in our global community through public service.
- Excellence: I will conscientiously strive for excellence in my work.
- UCLA Volunteer Day
- Each Volunteer Day, the UCLA community demonstrates the True Bruin Value of Service by visiting sites across Los Angeles County, providing vital volunteer support. With sites including K-12 schools, food banks, parks, shelters, veterans’ facilities, and neighborhood centers, UCLA volunteers will truly have a great impact on the region. Volunteer Day kicks off an academic year full of service, and new student volunteers are introduced to resources and opportunities that will keep them civically engaged throughout their time as a Bruin.
- UCLA Volunteer Opportunities
- The UCLA Volunteer Center welcomes you to participate in service opportunities both on-campus and in the Los Angeles community. Their website will show you upcoming volunteer events and you can suggest your own volunteer sites and opportunities!
- UCLA Career Closet
- The Career Closet at UCLA serves as a resource of gently-used professional attire for all currently enrolled UCLA students. The Career Closet helps students with their professional dress needs for upcoming graduate school/job interviews as well as career fairs. Located approximately 10 minutes (walking distance) from campus, it is convenient and easily accessible for all students.
- Please contact them via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (559-366-2831) if you have any questions or are interested in making a donation.
- Accepted donations include: jackets, shirts, slacks, blouses, ties, belts, and skirts
- They do not accept: shoes or socks.
Additional UCLA Benefits
- UCLA Recreation
- The UCLA Recreation FITWELL Program activates wellness on campus by educating, motivating and empowering faculty, staff and students to make healthy lifestyle choices specifically in the areas of fitness and exercise, nutrition and weight management, stress management, and general health education.
- BHIP (Bruin Health Improvement Program) Onramp: Strength & Conditioning
- The Bruin Health Improvement Program (BHIP) OnRamp is a three-month program—exclusively for UCLA faculty and staff at no cost (for first time participants)—offering participants intensive lifestyle training in areas of exercise, nutrition, stress management and mental conditioning.
- BHIP (Bruin Health Improvement Program) .5
- The Bruin Health Improvement Program (BHIP).5 is a three-month physical and mindfulness conditioning program designed to increase the fitness and thereby the health of the UCLA Employee. BHIP .5 is a customized program for those who are 50 or more pounds overweight and/or severely sedentary. It is funded by UCLA and is a tremendous investment in UCLA’s most precious resource: the staff and faculty.
- Gym Membership Discounts
- UCLA Recreation has a number of facilities located around campus. Depending on your staff appointment and percentage, discounts may vary. Please visit the John Wooden Center for additional information.
- UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC)
- The Mindful Awareness Research Center is a partner of the Norman Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology within the Jane and Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA. MARC’s mission is to foster mindful awareness across the lifespan through education and research to promote well-being and a more compassionate society.
- The center
- offers classes and workshops to the general public, teaching the skills of mindfulness across the lifespan
- fosters and publicizes research to support the scientific benefits of mindful awareness
- brings mindfulness to professionals through UCLA’s medical education program-including doctors, medical students, staff and faculty
- offers mindfulness tools and classes to support mental health professionals
- UCLA Ergonomics
- Can the job you love also be a pain in the neck? Yes, say the folks at UCLA’s Ergonomics Program. The Ergonomics Program provides employees with ergo-friendly solutions to a variety of work-related problems. Our goal is to fit work to workers to make jobs safer, more comfortable and more efficient.
- Employment, Income Verification through The Work Number
- UCLA now uses The Work Number® to provide automated employment and income verification for UC employees.
For a complete list of resources for UCLA staff, please visit: https://campusservices.ucla.edu/