What You Need To Know About Bruin Day 2015

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Most people remember their Bruin Day, the annual event that invites new admits to UCLA and offers great opportunities for new Bruins. April 11 (tomorrow!) is the date where the campus is expected to be flooded with fresh-faced future freshmen and May 9 is the day for transfer students. But with a visit to campus, there are many questions floating around. But luckily On the Hill is here to answer them!

What is there to do?

Just like UCLA on a normal day, there’s so much to do on campus. But this day has events specifically geared towards prospective students including the highly recommended campus tour, presentations about specific majors at UCLA and events that demonstrate specific resources for students. Click here to make your own personal schedule for the day.

What do you need to know?

One of the things you need to know are true Bruin values which provide a foundation for how to act as a UCLA student. These include conducting yourself with integrity, striving for excellence, maintaining accountability for choices and respecting the rights and dignity of others. You also probably need to know where to register for the event, which you can do by clicking on this link. Also it’s probably helpful to know the shuttle routes around campus for the day.

What to expect?

An amazing experience and a chance to meet other students and inspiring professors. Past the company line shpiel though Bruin Day gives you to the opportunity to get a sense of what life is like at UCLA and some of the resources, clubs and organizations the university provides for students. If you happen to like it, then we’d love to have you next year.

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