Why You Need To Know UCLA Event Policies & Procedures
UCLA has established policies and procedures for the planning and execution of extracurricular activities (events) on the campus. You may have planned a private party and feel this is sufficient experience for planning a UCLA event, however, this might not be the case. You might be jeopardizing not only your Registered Campus Organization (RCO) and organizational budget, but you as an individual could be named in a lawsuit if something were to happen. If your RCO is planning an event, you need to be aware of many of these policies.
The policies and procedures guide you in how to go about planning your event. Among the items they cover are: who you must contact, appropriate permissions, how to have your event listed on the Campus Operations Calendar, how to control attendance and who pays for what.
UCLA Regulations on Activities, Registered Organizations & Use of Properties
The majority of polices regarding RCO activities come from UCLA REGULATIONS ON ACTIVITIES, REGISTERED ORGANIZATIONS AND USE OF PROPERTIES. Please see these regulations as well as other event related policies under "Campus Policies" in the Related Information section on this page.
How to Get Advice on UCLA Event Policies & Procedures
Review the policies to determine the way you'll need to plan your event, but feel free to seek the counsel of your Student Organizations Leadership and Engagement advisor to help interpret the policies for you. Working together with your SOLE advisor, your assigned UCLA event manager will assist you with event procedures.
Student Organizations Leadership and Engagement
Email: email@example.com | Phone: (310) 825-7041 | Mail Code: 160706
105 Kerkchoff Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90024-1607
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.