Sproul Landing is located in the heart of University of California, Los Angles and is the home of Oxbridge at UCLA. A new building, Sproul Landing opened to students in the fall of 2013, boasting beautiful and clean facilities. It is nestled in the heart of the residential community on the Hill and houses approximately 850 undergraduate students during the academic year. Sproul Landing is also home to the Visual Performing Arts Collective, a "Theme Community" of students who are artists or art enthusiasts. Students make use of beautiful communal facilities, including study rooms, TV rooms, and lounges with comfy couches. The rooms are doubles or triples with shared hall bathrooms.
STAFF AND SUPERVISION. All our programs have central offices open daily from 8:00am until midnight where students can seek advice and answers to their questions. The Program Director and residential staff members live in the same residence as the students, ensuring availability and care around the clock. The college gates are manned by security guards who are on duty 24 hours a day and always available in case of emergency.
ACCOMMODATIONS. All rooms are air-conditioned doubles and triples, with shared bathroom facilities on the floor. The rooms have space for studying, and the residences have larger common areas where students can work together. Rooms are furnished with a bed (linens provided), a dresser or wardrobe, and a desk and chair. Students must bring their own towels.
MEALS. Students enjoy a cafeteria-style breakfast and dinner in the dining hall. Breakfast is primarily continental-style with choices such as cereal, fruit, yogurt, toast, coffee, and tea. Dinner is a variety of standard and regional foods, including a vegetarian option, a salad bar, and desserts. Lunch is at each student's discretion and provides an opportunity to sample local snack bars, cafes, sandwich shops, or the many small restaurants nearby.
COLLEGE FACILITIES. Beyond the classrooms and dining hall, students have the use of communal spaces for socializing and watching television or movies. There are nearby public telephones and on-site message boards, and students collect their mail daily from the Program Office.