GSRC Services

Printer located inside the Graduate Student Resource Center.


Do you have questions about navigating UCLA, negotiating with your faculty advisor or academic department, or requesting academic accommodations? Are you experiencing a crisis? Or do you want to talk about how to make the most of your experience as a graduate student at UCLA? We are available at the GSRC (B-11 Student Activities Center).

Armando Flores: Wednesdays, 3-5pm at the GSRC, and by appointment:

Val Shepard: Thursdays, 3-5pm at the GSRC, and by appointment:

Other drop-in hours on campus *specifically for graduate and professional school students*

Financial Wellness Program Drop-In Hours: Mondays 9am-12pm, GSRC, B-11 Student Activities Center

Professional Development Drop-In Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 2:30-4pm, Career Center 2nd Floor (Strathmore Building) 

Graduate Writing Center Drop-In Appointments: Mondays 4-6pm, Fridays 10-12am, Biomedical Library 1st floor reading room 



Specialists from the UCLA Career Center who work specifically with master’s, PhD, and Professional School Students are available weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 2:30-4pm at the Career Center on the 2nd Floor (Strathmore Building) during the academic year for drop-in counseling. They hold expertise in all career pathways, including those in and outside of academia. During the rest of the week and the summer, visit for more information. It’s never too early to think about your job search. To schedule an appointment time or find out about more career counseling drop-in hours, click here.




Can't find a place to meet or study on campus? Talk to us about using our GSRC space. And feel free to drop in and study whenever we are open (9am-5pm on weekdays; closed on weekends).


We know graduate programs can be isolating! Drop-in at the GSRC. Our staff is friendly, and there are almost always people from many different departments here at the GSRC who are happy to meet you.


We offer 250 pages of free printing per quarter (and an additional 250 pages during the summer) to all registered UCLA graduate and professional school students.