Since 1946, the Alumni Association has honored larger-than-life legends from Jackie Robinson and Carol Burnett ’54, to community heroes like Sister Diane Donoghue ’54 and Judge Ernest Hiroshige ’67. Past recipients of UCLA Awards have contributed significantly in their communities, distinguished themselves as public servants and volunteers, and set new standards of excellence in their profession or their alumni network.
Their hard work and integrity exemplifies what it means to be a True Bruin. You needn’t look too far to identify that individual who deserves a UCLA Award. Think of your network of Bruins and identify someone who stands out from the rest – someone you admire – for the passion they bring to their work, the commitment they have for a cause or their sustained success from doing what they love.
See the award categories and descriptions below and nominate a Bruin who deserves a UCLA Award.
The deadline to submit a nomination is Friday, Feb. 3, at 5 p.m. PST.
All submissions are considered and reviewed by the UCLA Awards Selection Committee. Award recipients will be announced in March and honored May 13 at a formal ceremony before their family, friends and the UCLA community.