The mission of the UCLA BBRC is to uplift, support, and inspire the UCLA Black and African Diaspora Community. With the goal of cultivating community, family, and power, the UCLA BBRC serves as a space the community can call home.
The Black Bruin Resource Center, also referred to as the BBRC or The Center, will create programs and activities that facilitate recruiting a more diverse student body, retention efforts such as academic guidance and matriculation to graduation, graduate, and professional school. Also, the BBRC will provide space for Black students, faculty, staff, alumni to build community and celebrate the Black/African diaspora's various cultures to enhance the UCLA experiences for all.
The BBRC will serve the social and cultural needs of the campus's Black community. The BBRC addresses students' critical call for a safe, convening environment and creates space and opportunity for Black students and organizations to organize and engage in academic, social-cultural, leadership, community development, and networking activities. The BBRC will serve as a central hub that will foster exchanges with faculty, staff, alumni, and community stakeholders. The center is located Kerckhoff 164 and 168.
Center Hours & Contact Information
Academic Year Hours:
BBRC - Monday – Friday: 9 AM – 8 PM
BCC - Monday – Friday: 5 PM – 12 AM
BCC - Saturday - 12 PM - 5 PM
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