The Academic Affairs Commission serves as an advocate for the undergraduate Associated Students on all matters of educational policy and academic affairs. In AAC, we believe every aspect of a student’s life is an academic affair, from their financial status to their ability to enroll in a class, to their mental health. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the Academic Affairs Commission to focus on policy work and provide initiatives and programs that will enhance the educational environment and wellbeing of UCLA students and the community. 

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Our commission has four core components. The first is the Academic Senate. Our commissioner is charged with appointing over 25 student appointments as Academic Senators on various committees mixed with UCLA faculty and staff members. It is through the Academic Senate that AAC has the power to influence and make policy changes within UCLA. AAC also provides funding opportunities for individual students and student organizations through the Travel Grant Mini Fund and the Academic Success Referendum Fund. These funds are provided to us through the Social Justice Referendum. The commission also aims to increase accessibility within USAC and AAC by offering a fall and winter internship class. This class of interns is educated on the ins and outs of USAC, AAC and student advocacy. Interns usually go on to serve as liaisons between their communities and USAC, return as executive staff members, and even run for student government positions. Lastly, AAC provides programmatic support and resources that aim to enhance students’ educational environment. This includes but is not limited to our previous “Books for Bruins” textbook scholarships, our free i-Clicker rental program, the launching of the Hill evening study spaces at Feast and B-Plate, the annual Fight for Education week, and so many more initiatives, events, and resources.



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Additional Resources 


  • Our commission is proud to offer our quarterly i-Clicker rental program. Through this program, students are able to rent a free  i-Clicker from AAC that will be available to you until Thursday of Week 10. We only ask that you fill out our survey after using the i-Clicker! All i-Clickers are distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Happy testing!

  • The link to the form is here: 

Books for Bruins: 

  • Our commission is proud to announce our quarterly textbook subsidy program which subsidizes the cost of your textbooks for up to $50. The process is simple you will fill out your personal information and the books you wish to purchase and a small statement as to how help the subsidy would impact you. Best of luck to you. Students will be approved at random and notified Thursday of week 1 at 11:59pm.The Gift card will go toward TextBooks purchased at the UCLA Store.

  • The link to the form is here:

Reserving KH310 (AAC Office) for Meetings:

  • Should your organization need a place to convene for an office  meeting, the Academic Affairs Commission is happy to offer our space. Feel free to email to coordinate and to ensure that the room is available for the time requested.  

Campus Safety Alliance Advocate:

  • The Academic Affairs Commissioner also has the privilege of serving on the Campus Safety Alliance. If there is ever a campus safety issue brought to your or your community’s attention, please feel free to reach out to us to create an action plan as to how to proceed in addressing the concern with the Campus Safety Alliance. 

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