The UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture program office will be closed starting Wednesday, July 4th, due to the holiday, but also for the remainder of the week.
Below is an email sent out to all students. Please note the best way to contact us during this time is via email at
We will not have access to phones during this time, but will be up and running on Monday, July 9th at 9am.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
|Dear UCLA Extension Students,
UCLA Extension is in the process of relocating our administrative operations to new spaces in Westwood Village. Why are we moving? Well, the Administration Building at 10995 Le Conte Ave. requires seismic retrofitting to meet University of California building standards. After exploring the possibility of retrofitting the building, we decided that a move to new space was the best way forward.
We’re working hard to ensure that our move goes smoothly and efficiently—with minimal disruption for staff, instructors, community partners, and especially you, our students.
We are actually moving twice. While work is completed on our long-term locations, staff will be located in two short-term spaces at least through Summer 2018:
Our moves will happen in phases, department by department, from June 26 through July 13.
A complete list of our departments, their moving dates, and their new locations can be found here.
A few other important points:
- UCLA Extension phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same.
- Our mailing address will not change while we are in our short-term spaces.
- Classes previously scheduled in the Admin Building classrooms are being relocated. Specific information about classroom locations will be sent to students enrolled in the classes that are moving.
- Our locations at 1010 Westwood Boulevard and 10920 Lindbrook Drive will remain open.
Our new permanent locations will help us create even more extraordinary learning experiences for all of you. I assure you that everyone at Extension is working hard to ensure that you continue to receive the very best service possible during this transition.
Wayne Smutz, Ph.D.
Dean, Continuing Education and UCLA Extension