Academic Advancement Program
The Academic Advancement Program (AAP), a multiracial program, represents the best of what United States society aspires to: access, equity, opportunity, and excellence. AAP encourages and promotes academic achievement and excellence by providing students with: peer learning (tutoring); academic programs; academic, personal, and career counseling; graduate and professional school mentoring; scholarships; research opportunities and stipends; opportunities to participate in innovative science programs; and a computer lab.
To determine your AAP eligibility status, currently enrolled UCLA students may contact the AAP New Student Programs office at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the NSP office in 1230 Campbell Hall, Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-5:00 pm
AAP eligible students will receive information on how to become an AAP Member by attending an AAP Orientation workshop. AAP eligible students can sign up for the next AAP Orientation on MyUCLA or visit the New Student Programs Office (NSP) in 1230 Campbell Hall, Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-5:00 pm.