UCLA Nobel Laureates
Nicholas T. Goldsborough
Associate Vice Chancellor for Development

Staying at the forefront of discovery requires significant resources. That's where UCLA Development comes in. This department, the largest in External Affairs, raises funds to advance the university's mission. It creates enduring relationships with individuals, corporations and foundations to generate support for UCLA's students, faculty and programs.

Through the Bruin Scholars Initiative, UCLA will generate $500 million for graduate student fellowships and undergraduate scholarships by June 30, 2013.

UCLA raises more private support than any other public university campus in the nation, and its practices and processes are emulated at sister institutions around the country. Development oversees The UCLA Fund, which generates unrestricted support for the University's greatest needs.

The UCLA Foundation, a non-profit corporation organized under IRC 501(c)(3), receives and manages private gifts on behalf of the University.