Experience the breadth of academic resources available through UCLA.
A rich tapestry of academic resources designed to support and enrich the student journey. Committed to fostering growth in its myriad of programs, services, and research opportunities through collaborative learning environments and the guidance of distinguished faculty. Every student has access to tools that enable academic prowess and innovation.
The Geffen Playhouse, a cornerstone of Los Angeles theater since 1995, is celebrated for its unique blend of classic and contemporary plays, and cutting-edge productions. This intimate venue has consistently earned national acclaim while fostering arts engagement and education through collaboration with UCLA.
Taught by top experts and leaders working in the entertainment industry, the world-renowned Professional Programs at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television offers graduate-level, competitive admission, yearlong, non-degree programs in Screenwriting, Producing, Writing for Television, Acting for the Camera and Directing.
The Student Services Office has a variety of counseling and program planning services available to students. Staff members are available to help students navigate through undergraduate and graduate degree program requirements from admission to graduation.
TFT Online provides instructional design, educational technology, and media production services, along with a slate of high-quality online courses. The unit utilizes theater, film, and television principles—storytelling, digital innovation, and creativity—to create innovative, audience-centered online learning experiences featuring engaging multimedia and documentary-style video lectures.
UCLA Film & Television Archive
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is renowned for its pioneering efforts to rescue, preserve and showcase moving image media, and is dedicated to ensuring that the collective visual memory of our time is explored and enjoyed for generations to come. Established in 1965, the Archive is the second-largest repository of motion pictures and broadcast programming in the United States, after the Library of Congress, and the world’s largest university-held collection.