Supporting UCLA Priorities

UCLA increasingly relies on private support to remain competitive with top public and private research universities. Funding from corporations and foundations helps maintain the University’s excellence and directly impacts its exceptional students, faculty and programs.

CFRR can help identify partnership opportunities across the campus and facilitate introductions with key faculty and campus leadership. Strategic alliances with the University are forged and strengthened through peer-to-peer relationships and multi-faceted engagement in a variety of programs.

Support for Students
Scholarship and fellowship support provides critical funding for students in need. This support ensures the recruitment of top undergraduate and graduate students.

Corporations and foundations help guarantee a knowledgeable workforce for future recruitment.

Support for Faculty
Vital resources are needed for the recruitment and retention of world-class faculty. Faculty support includes funding for research, teaching awards, as well as endowed chairs and professorships.

Corporations and foundations can establish direct relationships with preeminent researchers and scholars.

Support for Programs
UCLA engages with the community through a wide array of programs including K-12 outreach, health clinics, legal aid, arts programs, public housing projects, summer business institutes, teacher training programs and continuing education courses.

Corporations and foundations can work with UCLA to impact the community.