Letter to ALL AAP Scholars

Dear AAP Scholar,
As you know the Chancellor recently sent out a notice to the UCLA Community announcing the cancellation of all in person classes. We are being asked to provide remote instruction and services using the technology and resources that the campus has provided. We want you to know that the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) cares about your health and well-being, and hope that you will take the necessary precautions to be safe. Our offices will be open during the suspension of classes and staff will be available to provide the services and support as usual. You may receive information from the various AAP units letting you know how they will be operating during this difficult time. Some of our services may be offered remotely, such as peer learning, academic counseling, and mentoring. We are currently in the process of evaluating the best tools for this purpose. We are still available for face to face meetings as well. However, we will not be conducting large group events such as workshops, presentations, and peer learning sessions until further notice from campus officials.

Again, please take all the precautions necessary to protect yourself, your fellow student, and family members. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. I wish you the best on your final exams and hope that you make the best of your Spring break. Take care and GO BRUINS!

Dr. A

Charles J. Alexander, Ph.D.
Associate Vice Provost for Student Diversity
Director, Academic Advancement Program