Office Space Allocation Committee (OSAC) #
Student Organization Resources #
A good place to start looking for items such as funding is at the Programming Funds Search tool. You might also find out how to fill out a requisition form.
The IVP website has an entire list of resource guides that are extremely helpful for student organizations, ranging from
How to Manage Your Apps to
Starting a Club at UCLA.
Another office of USAC, the Facilities Commission, has compiled a
Web Accessibility Resource guide. This is an excellent guide to ensuring that your student organization's posts, graphics, and communication methods are accessible.
Mental Health Resources #
UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS):
- CARE Counselor. Telephone: 310-825-0768.
- Counseling and Psychological Services. Wooden Center West: (310) 825-0768.
I Slept Till Noon but... Why Am I Still Tired? The 7 Types of Rest that Everyone Needs
Working From Home #
- Connecting from off-campus
- Setting up a UCLA zoom pro account
- Greco, Alexa (2021).
The Quad: Tips and Tricks for Creating a more productive desk setup. Daily Bruin.
Whether it is virtual space or physical space, OSAC wants your student group to be able to be comfortable and empowered in a space. Here are some slide decks about how to ensure your space is comfortable, accessible, and welcoming.
- How to make your office space more accessible and welcoming
- How to use Slack
- How to use Trello