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1. Primary Financial Aid Steps
New Pre-Matriculation Items to Complete on AMP Portal - April 1
Visit the UCLA MyHousing website for eligibility, contract rates, and to submit your campus housing application. *Note: you must complete your SIR and SLR prior.
Complete the following steps to apply for UCLA Graduate Housing:
If you have any questions about campus housing or the application, please contact the Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A casual lunchtime Q&A session to discuss how DGSOM supports your academic life as a medical student.
4/15: Narrow acceptance offers to three
4/30: “Plan to Enroll” or “Commit to Enroll” are open. Selecting “Commit to Enroll” indicates making a final selection and withdrawing all other applications.
All housing applications received by May 11 will receive priority consideration for campus housing, although you are not guaranteed your preferred housing choices. Applications received after this date will be placed into a campus housing lottery.
We look forward to meeting with you individually and at your convenience to answer any questions you might have about your provisional/financial aid award letter, scholarships, loans, loan deferment, budgeting, and much more! The DGSOM Financial Aid Office is available 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM weekdays.
Schedule an appointment:FAO@mednet.ucla.edu
The Student Affairs Office provides assistance to students with resources and student support. For more information, please visit: https://medschool.ucla.edu/current-student-affairs
Schedule an appointment:email@example.com
The Academic Support Office is available for virtual phone or Zoom Second Look appointments Monday, April 11th- Friday, May 13th.
To request a phone meeting, please feel free to indicate when booking or via email: AcademicSupport@mednet.ucla.edu
Schedule an appointment:AcademicSupport@mednet.ucla.edu
The mission of the Center for Accessible Education (CAE) is to create an accessible, inclusive, and supportive learning environment for all UCLA student with disabilities. CAE works closely with the DGSOM faculty, staff, and students to determine and implement reasonable accommodations while maintaining student privacy.
For more information regarding CAE services, documentation requirements, or potential academic and clinical accommodations:
Schedule an appointment with Grace Clifford, Director for DGSOM Disability Services.
CAE Academic Accommodations Application
CAE Housing Accommodations Application
Our services are confidential. All contact with the Behavioral Wellness Center is maintained separately from the David Geffen School of Medicine. Students and medical trainees may however request that the Behavioral Wellness Center contact the school of medicine faculty under certain circumstances. In such an event, consent and terms are discussed and agreed upon by the students or medical trainee and his/her treatment team.
Cost of Services:
Services within the BWC are free for Medical Students and Graduate students. We do request your insurance information to complete the registration process however, insurance is not required to establish services with us.
The BWC is comprised of a diverse group of mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists and psychotherapists.
BWC welcomes incoming students to schedule their first appointment after beginning medical school in August 2022. For more information regarding BWC services, please visit https://medschool.ucla.edu/bwc.
Chat with students to tell you what it’s like here, answer your questions and connect.