The UCLA College of Letters and Science
Reflecting on the UCLA Experience
In spring 2009, all seniors in the UCLA College of Letters and Science were asked to complete a survey on their academic experience at the university. The survey explored the views of students about their lives on campus, their studies, and their plans after graduating.
The result was 3,763 seniors responding – over 52 percent of the graduating class. The responses document views about the overall UCLA experience, student and campus life, academic majors and minors, the quality of faculty and courses, and research opportunities for undergraduates..
This Web site features some of the main results of the survey.
Our goal is to ensure that the findings of this senior survey, and those that will follow, will help shape the UCLA experience for many generations of Bruins.
Judith L. Smith
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
Executive Director, UCLA Alumni Association