Bruin One Access


UCLA's Bruin One Access program is a campus wide initiative to provide undergraduate students, taking undergraduate courses, with increased accessibility to their required textbooks, courseware, and coursepacks at a single flat rate cost per quarter. In most cases, course materials are provided digitally, directly through students' Bruin Learn course websites. Coming Fall 2024 from the Associated Students UCLA (ASUCLA), the program aims to improve student outcomes, reduce costs, and increase sustainability while providing increased access to required course materials. The infomation below provides details on how the program works, benefits, and answers to frequenstly asked questions.

Check back often for additional infomation and pricing as we approach Fall Quarter 2024

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How it works
By the first day of class, digital materials will be accessible through Bruin Learn. Students will be notified where to pick up any required print materials.

Frequently Asked Questions
Bruin One Access will evolve as we near our Fall 2024 launch date. Please review the list of Student and Faculty FAQs for details on our program.

Get Help
View a list of campus, publisher, and UCLA Store support resources and contacts.