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DANCE / PERFORMING ARTS INTENSIVE* ACTING & PERFORMANCE*

SESSION A: JUNE 24 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JUNE 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school students with a serious interest in theater or a career in the performing arts. This program includes performance training, workshops, excursions, and a final performance project. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ADVANCED THEATER*

AUGUST 5 - AUGUST 12 This week-long intensive, designed for alumni of the Acting & Performance Summer Institute and other conservatory programs, provides advanced training techniques. Specialized classes are also offered to help develop the artist’s creative accountability and professional acumen. Mandatory residential plan. 

APPLICATIONS OF NANOSCIENCE*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 Learn the basics of how to propose a scientific research project by working on a team project and utilizing current approaches in the field of nanoscience. Students will better understand what makes nanoscience and nanotechnology one of the most exciting fields of research today, how to read a technical journal article, and what is essential to create a new scientific research project. Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ART

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 21* SESSION B: JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 This institute is designed for talented high school students who want to develop their artistic skills in categories such as painting, drawing, digital photography, or sculpture. Sessions are structured around studio work, lectures, presentations, field trips, and a final exhibition. Admission is by instructor consent only. Session A - Mandatory residential plan; Session B - Commuters only.

JUNE 24 - JULY 2 The disciplines of dance, theater, music, and social activism are blended in this award-winning art program. Students learn how to choreograph their own work with new tools. The program culminates with a final performance. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

DESIGN MEDIA ARTS*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 This intensive introductory program focuses on four aspects of design: graphic, web, game, and audio-visual. Using the most current software and technology, this program combines lab and one-on-one instruction, allowing students to develop projects and build portfolios. Mandatory residential plan. 

DIGITAL FILMMAKING*

JULY 8 - JULY 21 Budding filmmakers form a basic understanding of the aesthetic, creative, and logistical decisions involved in filmmaking through this two-week, intensive production workshop. Designed for talented, highly motivated rising juniors and seniors. Students will develop the creativity and techniques of cinematic storytelling and be challenged to create entertaining narrative projects.  Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

GAME LAB

JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 Develop the fundamental skills to create games and game art that express a personal and subjective approach to game making. This program offers a unique blend of artistic vision with technological expertise. Special emphasis is placed on three areas of focus: game aesthetics, game context, and game genres. Commuter program only. 

*Summer Institute residential plan includes supervision and two meals per day.

IMMERSIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

JUNE 26 - JUNE 30 A week-long intensive institute for students interested in international issues, history, government, and role-playing. The program utilizes the innovative pedagogy of Reacting to the Past, an award-winning series of immersive roleplaying activities/games. Students will assume the roles of historical characters and bring their character to life to explore pivotal moments in history, all while practicing critical thinking, primary source analysis, as well as written and spoken argumentation.  Commuter program only. 

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING JULY 11 - AUGUST 1  TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS  10 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Prepare for college-level writing challenges and address essential skills, such as timed essay exams and effective emails. All activities are designed to demystify the differences between college and high school writing. Commuter program only.

MOCK TRIAL*

JULY 16 - JULY 22 Experience an intensive introduction to the nation’s legal system that culminates in a public mock trial presentation. Learn about direct and cross examination techniques, exhibits and impeachments, objections, rules of evidence, and witness portrayal. Participants visit the UCLA School of Law and Los Angeles Federal Courthouse. Mandatory residential plan. 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS*

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JULY 16 - JULY 22  Simulating the way governments work together, this program introduces students to international diplomacy and foreign affairs. Students take on the role of a diplomat, engage in independent research and debate on one of the many United Nations committees. Mandatory residential plan.

MUSICAL THEATER*

JULY 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school musical theater students who want to pursue a university program or career in performance arts. This three-week intensive conservatorystyle program encompasses acting, singing, dancing, guest workshops, and culminates in a final performance. Admission is by digital audition and instructor consent only.  Mandatory residential plan.

NANOSCALE MICROSCOPY LAB*

JUNE 25 - JUNE 30 Explore three key microscopy techniques for nanoscience research: fluorescence microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, and electron microscopy with an overview on the modalities of microscopy. This institute is offered in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

NANOSCIENCE LAB*

SESSION A: JULY 23 - JULY 28 SESSION B: JUNE 30 - AUGUST 4 Investigate questions similar to those currently explored by the scientific community. Hands-on experiments combine scientific methodologies and techniques in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.  

SCI | ART NANOLAB*

JULY 23 - AUGUST 4 This institute connects cutting edge scientific research, popular culture, and contemporary arts. Program activities include visits to labs and museums, as well as workshops and meetings with renowned scientists and contemporary artists. Designed for upper-level high school students. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

TEEN ARCHSTUDIO*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 TEEN ARCHSTUDIO PLUS:  JULY 9 - JULY 28  Structured like a design studio, this intensive program focuses on developing design skills. Students experience the profession hands-on through design projects, field trips to landmark buildings, tours of LA-based architectural offices, and creating a portfolio. Mandatory residential plan. Admission is by instructor consent only. 


DANCE / PERFORMING ARTS INTENSIVE* ACTING & PERFORMANCE*

SESSION A: JUNE 24 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JULY 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school students with a serious interest in theater or a career in the performing arts. This program includes performance training, workshops, excursions, and a final performance project. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ADVANCED THEATER*

AUGUST 5 - AUGUST 12 This week-long intensive, designed for alumni of the Acting & Performance Summer Institute and other conservatory programs, provides advanced training techniques. Specialized classes are also offered to help develop the artist’s creative accountability and professional acumen. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

APPLICATIONS OF NANOSCIENCE*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 Learn the basics of how to propose a scientific research project by working on a team project and utilizing current approaches in the field of nanoscience. Students will better understand what makes nanoscience and nanotechnology one of the most exciting fields of research today, how to read a technical journal article, and what is essential to create a new scientific research project. Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ART

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 21* SESSION B: JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 This institute is designed for talented high school students who want to develop their artistic skills in categories such as painting, drawing, photography, or sculpture. Sessions are structured around studio work, lectures, presentations, field trips, and a final exhibition. Admission is by instructor consent only. Session A Mandatory residential plan; Session B For commuters only.

JUNE 24 - JULY 2 The disciplines of dance, theater, music, and social activism are blended in this award-winning art program. Students learn how to choreograph their own work with new tools. The program culminates with a final performance. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

DESIGN MEDIA ARTS*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 This intensive introductory program focuses on four aspects of design: graphic, web, game, and audio-visual. Using the most current software and technology, this program combines lab and one-on-one instruction, allowing students to develop projects and build portfolios. Mandatory residential plan. 

DIGITAL FILMMAKING*

JULY 8 - JULY 21 Budding filmmakers form a basic understanding of the aesthetic, creative, and logistical decisions involved in filmmaking through this two-week, intensive production workshop. Designed for talented, highly motivated rising juniors and seniors. Students will develop the creativity and techniques of cinematic storytelling and be challenged to create entertaining narrative projects.  Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

GAME LAB

JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 Develop the fundamental skills to create games and game art that express a personal and subjective approach to game making. This program offers a unique blend of artistic vision with technological expertise. Special emphasis is placed on three areas of focus: game aesthetics, game context, and game genres. For commuters only. 

*Summer Institute residential plan includes supervision and two meals per day.

IMMERSIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

JUNE 26 - JUNE 30 A week-long intensive institute for students interested in international issues, history, government, and role-playing. The program utilizes the innovative pedagogy of Reacting to the Past, an award-winning series of immersive roleplaying activities/games. Students will assume the roles of historical characters and bring their character to life to explore pivotal moments in history, all while practicing critical thinking, primary source analysis, as well as written and spoken argumentation.  For commuters only. 

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING

JULY 11 - AUGUST 1 TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS  10 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Prepare for college-level writing challenges and address essential skills, such as timed essay exams and effective emails. All activities are designed to demystify the differences between college and high school writing. For commuters only. 

MOCK TRIAL*

JULY 16 - JULY 22 Experience an intensive introduction to the nation’s legal system that culminates in a public mock trial presentation. Learn about direct and cross examination techniques, exhibits and impeachments, objections, rules of evidence, and witness portrayal. Participants visit the UCLA School of Law and Los Angeles Federal Courthouse. Mandatory residential plan. 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS*

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JULY 16 - JULY 22  Simulating the way governments work together, this program introduces students to international diplomacy and foreign affairs. Students take on the role of a diplomat, engage in independent research and debate on one of the many United Nations committees. Mandatory residential plan.

MUSICAL THEATER*

JULY 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school musical theater students who want to pursue a university program or career in performance arts. This three-week intensive conservatorystyle program encompasses acting, singing, dancing, guest workshops, and culminates in a final performance. Admission is by digital audition and instructor consent only.  Mandatory residential plan.

NANOSCALE MICROSCOPY LAB*

JUNE 25 - JUNE 30 Explore three key microscopy techniques for nanoscience research: fluorescence microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, and electron microscopy with an overview on the modalities of microscopy. This institute is offered in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

NANOSCIENCE LAB*

SESSION A: JULY 23 - JULY 28 SESSION B: JUNE 30 - AUGUST 4 Investigate questions similar to those currently explored by the scientific community. Hands-on experiments combine scientific methodologies and techniques in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

SCI | ART NANOLAB*

JULY 23 - AUGUST 4 This institute connects cutting edge scientific research, popular culture, and contemporary arts. Program activities include visits to labs and museums, as well as workshops and meetings with renowned scientists and contemporary artists. Designed for upper-level high school students. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

TEEN ARCHSTUDIO*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 TEEN ARCHSTUDIO PLUS: JULY 9 - JULY 28  Structured like a design studio, this intensive program focuses on developing design skills. Students experience the profession hands-on through design projects, field trips to landmark buildings, tours of LA-based architectural offices, and creating a portfolio. Mandatory residential plan. Admission is by instructor consent only. 


DANCE / PERFORMING ARTS INTENSIVE* ACTING & PERFORMANCE*

SESSION A: JUNE 24 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JUNE 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school students with a serious interest in theater or a career in the performing arts. This program includes performance training, workshops, excursions, and a final performance project. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ADVANCED THEATER*

AUGUST 5 - AUGUST 12 This week-long intensive, designed for alumni of the Acting & Performance Summer Institute and other conservatory programs, provides advanced training techniques. Specialized classes are also offered to help develop the artist’s creative accountability and professional acumen. Mandatory residential plan. 

APPLICATIONS OF NANOSCIENCE*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 Learn the basics of how to propose a scientific research project by working on a team project and utilizing current approaches in the field of nanoscience. Students will better understand what makes nanoscience and nanotechnology one of the most exciting fields of research today, how to read a technical journal article, and what is essential to create a new scientific research project. Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.

ART

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 21* SESSION B: JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 This institute is designed for talented high school students who want to develop their artistic skills in categories such as painting, drawing, digital photography, or sculpture. Sessions are structured around studio work, lectures, presentations, field trips, and a final exhibition. Admission is by instructor consent only. Session A - Mandatory residential plan; Session B - Commuters only.

JUNE 24 - JULY 2 The disciplines of dance, theater, music, and social activism are blended in this award-winning art program. Students learn how to choreograph their own work with new tools. The program culminates with a final performance. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

DESIGN MEDIA ARTS*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 This intensive introductory program focuses on four aspects of design: graphic, web, game, and audio-visual. Using the most current software and technology, this program combines lab and one-on-one instruction, allowing students to develop projects and build portfolios. Mandatory residential plan. 

DIGITAL FILMMAKING*

JULY 8 - JULY 21 Budding filmmakers form a basic understanding of the aesthetic, creative, and logistical decisions involved in filmmaking through this two-week, intensive production workshop. Designed for talented, highly motivated rising juniors and seniors. Students will develop the creativity and techniques of cinematic storytelling and be challenged to create entertaining narrative projects.  Admission by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

GAME LAB

JULY 24 - AUGUST 4 Develop the fundamental skills to create games and game art that express a personal and subjective approach to game making. This program offers a unique blend of artistic vision with technological expertise. Special emphasis is placed on three areas of focus: game aesthetics, game context, and game genres. Commuter program only. 

*Summer Institute residential plan includes supervision and two meals per day.

IMMERSIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

JUNE 26 - JUNE 30 A week-long intensive institute for students interested in international issues, history, government, and role-playing. The program utilizes the innovative pedagogy of Reacting to the Past, an award-winning series of immersive roleplaying activities/games. Students will assume the roles of historical characters and bring their character to life to explore pivotal moments in history, all while practicing critical thinking, primary source analysis, as well as written and spoken argumentation.  Commuter program only. 

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING JULY 11 - AUGUST 1 TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 10 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Prepare for college-level writing challenges and address essential skills, such as timed essay exams and effective emails. All activities are designed to demystify the differences between college and high school writing. Commuter program only.

MOCK TRIAL*

JULY 16 - JULY 22 Experience an intensive introduction to the nation’s legal system that culminates in a public mock trial presentation. Learn about direct and cross examination techniques, exhibits and impeachments, objections, rules of evidence, and witness portrayal. Participants visit the UCLA School of Law and Los Angeles Federal Courthouse. Mandatory residential plan. 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS*

SESSION A: JULY 9 - JULY 15 SESSION B: JULY 16 - JULY 22  Simulating the way governments work together, this program introduces students to international diplomacy and foreign affairs. Students take on the role of a diplomat, engage in independent research and debate on one of the many United Nations committees. Mandatory residential plan.

MUSICAL THEATER*

JULY 15 - AUGUST 5 Designed for high school musical theater students who want to pursue a university program or career in performance arts. This three-week intensive conservatorystyle program encompasses acting, singing, dancing, guest workshops, and culminates in a final performance. Admission is by digital audition and instructor consent only.  Mandatory residential plan.

NANOSCALE MICROSCOPY LAB*

JUNE 25 - JUNE 30 Explore three key microscopy techniques for nanoscience research: fluorescence microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, and electron microscopy with an overview on the modalities of microscopy. This institute is offered in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

NANOSCIENCE LAB*

SESSION A: JULY 23 - JULY 28 SESSION B: JULY 30 - AUGUST 4 Investigate questions similar to those currently explored by the scientific community. Hands-on experiments combine scientific methodologies and techniques in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan.  

SCI | ART NANOLAB*

JULY 23 - AUGUST 4 This institute connects cutting edge scientific research, popular culture, and contemporary arts. Program activities include visits to labs and museums, as well as workshops and meetings with renowned scientists and contemporary artists. Designed for upper-level high school students. Admission is by instructor consent only. Mandatory residential plan. 

TEEN ARCHSTUDIO*

JULY 9 - JULY 21 TEEN ARCHSTUDIO PLUS:  JULY 9 - JULY 28  Structured like a design studio, this intensive program focuses on developing design skills. Students experience the profession hands-on through design projects, field trips to landmark buildings, tours of LA-based architectural offices, and creating a portfolio. Mandatory residential plan. Admission is by instructor consent only. 


UCLA ACADEMIC COURSES During the summer, high school students have a unique opportunity to earn college credit by enrolling in UCLA undergraduate courses. Over 100 courses in 50 subject areas are open to high school students who want to experience UCLA’s academic rigor. Some courses are taught online, allowing students to earn academic credit anytime, anywhere. All course work is recorded on an official UCLA transcript. Visit SUMMER.UCLA.EDU to register for academic courses. Here’s a preview of courses available to high school students:

UCLA offers high school students two ways to engage in challenging academics while earning college credit. Sign up for one of our Precollege Summer Institutes, designed exclusively for motivated high school students interested in the arts, sciences, politics, and more. Must be 14 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet minimum age requirement. Choose your own summer experience by enrolling in UCLA Academic Courses. Over 100 courses are approved for high school students. Must be 15 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet the minimum age requirement. For more information or registration, visit summer.ucla.edu

• • • • • • • • •

Anthropology 9: Culture and Society Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 9: Solar System and Planets Economics 1: Principles of Economics Film and Television 84A: Overview of the Contemporary Film Industry* History 1C: Introduction to Western Civilization – Circa 1715 to Present* Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 50: Stem Cell Biology, Politics, and Ethics Political Science 10: Introduction to Political Theory Psychology 15: Introductory Psychobiology Theater 10: Introduction to Theater

A full list of approved courses is available online: SUMMER.UCLA.EDU/ACADEMICCOURSES/HSCOURSELIST. *Online Courses Instruction Periods UCLA academic courses are offered in two sessions, Session A and Session C. For most courses, instruction lasts 6 weeks, but some Session A courses range from 8 to 10 weeks. Visit the UCLA SCHEDULE OF CLASSES for instruction lengths and class meeting times. Here are the dates for Sessions A & C: Session A 6-week: June 23 – August 4 8-week: June 23 – August 18 9-week: June 23 – August 25 10-week: June 23 – September 1 Session C 6-week: August 7 – September 15 Notice: Summer offerings are subject to change.

SUBJECT AREAS Ancient Near East Anthropology Applied Linguistics Arabic Asian American Studies Astronomy Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry Chinese Communication Studies Community Health Sciences Computer Science Dance Earth, Planetary & Space Sciences Economics Engineering English English Composition Environment Ethnomusicology Film & Television Gender Studies Geography Greek Hebrew History International & Area Studies Italian Japanese Korean Latin Life Sciences Linguistics Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology Music Philosophy Physics Physiological Science Political Science Portuguese Psychology Romanian Russian Serbian/Croatian Sociology Spanish Statistics Theater Urban Planning Vietnamese

UCLA RESOURCES LIBRARY

LIBRARY.UCLA.EDU

With a collection of more than eight million volumes, UCLA Library is ranked among the top ten research libraries in the country. The two main collections are housed in the College Library, geared toward the undergraduate curriculum, and the Young Research Library, which specializes in graduate research. Additionally, there are 13 special subject libraries with impressive collections in the arts, engineering, science, film and television, law, and medicine. UNIVERSITY HOUSING

HOUSING.UCLA.EDU/SUMMER

Students enrolled in academic course are eligible to apply for on-campus housing if they are 16 years of age or older. Most students find living on campus to be a convenient and enjoyable option. UCLA offers furnished residence halls and residential suites within a short walking distance of classrooms, libraries, and recreational facilities. Supervision ismnot provided for academic courses. Residence Halls include a meal plan and access to eat at UCLA’s award-winning dining halls, which are known for high-quality food and service. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available in the dining halls and other campus eateries. RECREATION

RECREATION.UCLA.EDU

The Wooden Center is the UCLA campus gym. It offers a range of sports facilities, including basketball and racquetball courts, a weight room, rock climbing wall, fitness equipment and classes in yoga, dance and martial arts. Sunset Recreation Center, located on the Hill, offers picnic areas, volleyball courts and swimming pools. Throughout campus, you will find swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and running track.


UCLA ACADEMIC COURSES During the summer, high school students have a unique opportunity to earn college credit by enrolling in UCLA undergraduate courses. Over 100 courses in 50 subject areas are open to high school students who want to experience UCLA’s academic rigor. Some courses are taught online, allowing students to earn academic credit anytime, anywhere. All course work is recorded on an official UCLA transcript. Visit SUMMER.UCLA.EDU to register for academic courses. Here’s a preview of courses available to high school students:

UCLA offers high school students two ways to engage in challenging academics while earning college credit. Sign up for one of our Precollege Summer Institutes, designed exclusively for motivated high school students interested in the arts, sciences, politics, and more. Must be 14 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet minimum age requirement. Choose your own summer experience by enrolling in UCLA Academic Courses. Over 100 courses are approved for high school students. Must be 15 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet the minimum age requirement. For more information or registration, visit summer.ucla.edu

• • • • • • • • •

Anthropology 9: Culture and Society Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 9: Solar System and Planets Economics 1: Principles of Economics Film and Television 84A: Overview of the Contemporary Film Industry* History 1C: Introduction to Western Civilization – Circa 1715 to Present* Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 50: Stem Cell Biology, Politics, and Ethics Political Science 10: Introduction to Political Theory Psychology 15: Introductory Psychobiology Theater 10: Introduction to Theater

A full list of approved courses is available online: SUMMER.UCLA.EDU/ACADEMICCOURSES/HSCOURSELIST. *Online Courses Instruction Periods UCLA academic courses are offered in two sessions, Session A and Session C. For most courses, instruction lasts 6 weeks, but some Session A courses range from 8 to 10 weeks. Visit the UCLA SCHEDULE OF CLASSES for instruction lengths and class meeting times. Here are the dates for Sessions A & C: Session A 6-week: June 23 – August 4 8-week: June 23 – August 18 9-week: June 23 – August 25 10-week: June 23 – September 1 Session C 6-week: August 7 – September 15 Notice: Summer offerings are subject to change.

SUBJECT AREAS Ancient Near East Anthropology Applied Linguistics Arabic Asian American Studies Astronomy Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry Chinese Communication Studies Community Health Sciences Computer Science Dance Earth, Planetary & Space Sciences Economics Engineering English English Composition Environment Ethnomusicology Film & Television Gender Studies Geography Greek Hebrew History International & Area Studies Italian Japanese Korean Latin Life Sciences Linguistics Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology Music Philosophy Physics Physiological Science Political Science Portuguese Psychology Romanian Russian Serbian/Croatian Sociology Spanish Statistics Theater Urban Planning Vietnamese

UCLA RESOURCES LIBRARY

LIBRARY.UCLA.EDU

With a collection of more than eight million volumes, UCLA Library is ranked among the top 10 research libraries in the country. The two main collections are housed in the College Library, geared toward the undergraduate curriculum, and the Young Research Library, which specializes in graduate research. Additionally, there are 13 special subject libraries with impressive collections in the arts, engineering, science, film and television, law, and medicine. UNIVERSITY HOUSING

HOUSING.UCLA.EDU/SUMMER

Students enrolled in academic courses are eligible to apply for on-campus housing if they are 16 years of age or older. Most students find living on campus to be a convenient and enjoyable option. UCLA offers furnished residence halls and residential suites within a short walking distance of classrooms, libraries, and recreational facilities. Supervision ismnot provided for academic courses. Residence Halls include a meal plan and access to eat at UCLA’s award-winning dining halls, which are known for high-quality food and service. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available in the dining halls and other campus eateries. RECREATION

RECREATION.UCLA.EDU

The Wooden Center is the UCLA campus gym. It offers a range of sports facilities, including basketball and racquetball courts, a weight room, rock climbing wall, fitness equipment and classes in yoga, dance and martial arts. Sunset Recreation Center, located on the Hill, offers picnic areas, volleyball courts and swimming pools. Throughout campus, you will find swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and running track.


UCLA ACADEMIC COURSES During the summer, high school students have a unique opportunity to earn college credit by enrolling in UCLA undergraduate courses. Over 100 courses in 50 subject areas are open to high school students who want to experience UCLA’s academic rigor. Some courses are taught online, allowing students to earn academic credit anytime, anywhere. All course work is recorded on an official UCLA transcript. Visit SUMMER.UCLA.EDU to register for academic courses. Here’s a preview of courses available to high school students:

UCLA offers high school students two ways to engage in challenging academics while earning college credit.

• • • • • • • • •

Anthropology 9: Culture and Society Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 9: Solar System and Planets Economics 1: Principles of Economics Film and Television 84A: Overview of the Contemporary Film Industry* History 1C: Introduction to Western Civilization – Circa 1715 to Present* Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 50: Stem Cell Biology, Politics, and Ethics Political Science 10: Introduction to Political Theory Psychology 15: Introductory Psychobiology Theater 10: Introduction to Theater

Sign up for one of our Precollege Summer Institutes, designed exclusively for motivated high school students interested in the arts, sciences, politics, and more. Must be 14 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet minimum age requirement.

A full list of approved courses is available online: SUMMER.UCLA.EDU/ACADEMICCOURSES/HSCOURSELIST.

Choose your own summer experience by enrolling in UCLA Academic Courses. Over 100 courses are approved for high school students. Must be 15 years of age or older by September 1, 2017 to meet the minimum age requirement.

UCLA academic courses are offered in two sessions, Session A and Session C. For most courses, instruction lasts 6 weeks, but some Session A courses range from 8 to 10 weeks.

For more information or registration, visit summer.ucla.edu.

*Online Courses Instruction Periods

Visit the UCLA SCHEDULE OF CLASSES for instruction lengths and class meeting times. Here are the dates for Sessions A & C: Session A 6-week: June 23 – August 4 8-week: June 23 – August 18 9-week: June 23 – August 25 10-week: June 23 – September 1 Session C 6-week: August 7 – September 15 Notice: Summer offerings are subject to change.

SUBJECT AREAS Ancient Near East Anthropology Applied Linguistics Arabic Asian American Studies Astronomy Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry Chinese Communication Studies Community Health Sciences Computer Science Dance Earth, Planetary & Space Sciences Economics Engineering English English Composition Environment Ethnomusicology Film & Television Gender Studies Geography Greek Hebrew History International & Area Studies Italian Japanese Korean Latin Life Sciences Linguistics Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology Music Philosophy Physics Physiological Science Political Science Portuguese Psychology Romanian Russian Serbian/Croatian Sociology Spanish Statistics Theater Urban Planning Vietnamese

UCLA RESOURCES LIBRARY

LIBRARY.UCLA.EDU

With a collection of more than eight million volumes, UCLA Library is ranked among the top ten research libraries in the country. The two main collections are housed in the College Library, geared toward the undergraduate curriculum, and the Young Research Library, which specializes in graduate research. Additionally, there are 13 special subject libraries with impressive collections in the arts, engineering, science, film and television, law, and medicine. UNIVERSITY HOUSING

HOUSING.UCLA.EDU/SUMMER

Students enrolled in academic course are eligible to apply for on-campus housing if they are 16 years of age or older. Most students find living on campus to be a convenient and enjoyable option. UCLA offers furnished residence halls and residential suites within a short walking distance of classrooms, libraries, and recreational facilities. Supervision ismnot provided for academic courses. Residence Halls include a meal plan and access to eat at UCLA’s award-winning dining halls, which are known for high-quality food and service. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available in the dining halls and other campus eateries. RECREATION

RECREATION.UCLA.EDU

The Wooden Center is the UCLA campus gym. It offers a range of sports facilities, including basketball and racquetball courts, a weight room, rock climbing wall, fitness equipment and classes in yoga, dance and martial arts. Sunset Recreation Center, located on the Hill, offers picnic areas, volleyball courts and swimming pools. Throughout campus, you will find swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and running track.

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