UCLA Dining Services

Award winning UCLA Dining Services is one of the largest self-operating university dining programs in the country. It is nationally recognized for its high quality cuisine, state-of-the-art facilities, and innovative services. As the largest department in H&HS, more than 600 team members prepare and serve fresh, healthy, and delicious meals every day to students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Serving more than 17 million meals per year in four large all-you-care-to-eat restaurants and three grab-and-go locations, the work of this team is crucial to the satisfaction of students living in UCLA’s on-campus housing facilities.

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Housing Services

The Housing Services team manages student housing contracts which total more than 17,000 account transactions annually. This department also keeps the Housing website up-to-date, and assists students, faculty, and staff in finding suitable off-campus housing accommodations. Housing Services is comprised of seven units: Accounting Services, Community Housing, Database Management, Housing Accounts Receivable, Housing Assignments, Housing Cashiers, and Special Projects.

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Rooms Division

Rooms Division

The Rooms Division team is responsible for operating and maintaining H&HS-managed on-campus facilities. Services provided by team members include front desk services, access control/safety, housekeeping, and maintenance services. The Rooms Division is also responsible for managing non-residential buildings within the H&HS community such as Carnesale Commons, Covel Commons, De Neve Podium Building, the Northwest Campus Auditorium, the Guest House, and the Bradley International Hall.

University Apartments

University Apartments (UA) manages UCLA’s off-campus housing facilities. The UA system includes approximately 3,638 off-campus apartments at 23 separate locations. This inventory includes University Village for students with families and Weyburn Terrace for single graduate students. Services provided by team members include rental office administrative services, resident relations, maintenance (buildings and grounds), and housekeeping. In fall 2014, University Apartments was home to approximately 1,600 undergraduate students, 3,200 graduate students, 140 faculty members and 200 postdoctoral appointees.

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