The Importance Of Resources On Campus Resources

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The University of California, Los Angeles offers an array of campus resource that aids many students’ academic career. The campus resources range from mentoring to physiological counseling. UCLA provides an abundance of resources to undergraduate students, graduate students, and the faculty, fostering a realm of academic achievement. WIth the many resources on campus, it is entirely extremely difficult for students to lag behind. Throughout my experience on campus, I believe that the most beneficial on-campus resources include the LGBT Campus Resource Center, the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, the Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons, the Community Programs Office, and the Academic Advancement Program. With these …show more content…
Students who endure some sort of illness and/or other health issue come to this center to be treated effectively. The location of the Ashe Center is extremely helpful for students because it is located in the center of the campus. The Ashe Center services include: primary care, women’s health, walk-in urgent care, speciality clinics, immunizations, laboratory, pharmacy, optometry, radiology, acupuncture, chair massage, travel clinic, and physical therapy. In addition, the Ashe Center provides health workshops and offers a online magazine, “Student Health 101.” With the renowned faculty and staff and the incredible medical equipment, the Ashe Center encourages physical, mental, and social health of all UCLA students. The Ashe Center establishes an extremely supportive and safe environment on campus, ensuring that no matter what the health issue may be students will be taken care …show more content…
AAP’s goals are to provide academic support to historically underrepresented student, create beneficial academic programs that aid low-income and first generation students, and promote entry into higher educational institutions for underprivileged high school and community college students. AAP provides peer learning sessions, academic programs, academic, personal, and career counseling, graduate and professional school mentoring, scholarships, research opportunities, and a computer lab. Above all these valuable resources, the AAP is a safe counterspace for many students of color. Due to the fact that UCLA is a predominantly white and Asian institution, AAP creates a safe atmosphere where many students of color can find other individuals who may look similar to them and share similar cultural ideologies. In the midst of feeling excluded by a campus that may not represent many students of color efficiently, AAP provides the academic and social backbone for many

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