University of California, Los Angeles
Welcome to the UCLA Academic Applicant Survey

This Applicant Survey system collects personal data from applicants seeking academic employment with UCLA. The information submitted on the form enables UCLA to assess the extensiveness and effectiveness of its recruiting efforts for each position in compliance with Federal Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action requirements.

All information provided will be kept confidential and has no effect on personnel selection considerations. Individually-identifiable information will not be viewed by faculty members in recruiting departments nor any member of the search committee involved in making a hiring decision.

Please note that you will need the job posting number contained in the advertisement in order to complete the survey. If you do not know the job number, please contact the department you have applied to. The campus office responsible for maintaining the Applicant Survey data is UCLA Faculty Diversity & Development, 3134 Murphy Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095. If you have any questions regarding this survey, please email the office at facdiversity@conet.ucla.edu. Thank you for your interest in applying for an academic position at UCLA.


To begin the survey,
please select a school or an academic unit below:

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The University of California renews its commitment to the full realization of its historical promise to recognize and nurture merit, talent, and achievement by supporting diversity and equal opportunity in its education, services, and administration, as well as research and creative activity. (Excerpt from University of California Diversity Statement)

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It is the policy of the University to undertake affirmative action, consistent with its obligations as a Federal contractor, for minorities and women, for persons with disabilities, and for covered veterans. The university commits itself to apply every good faith effort to achieve prompt and full utilization of minorities and women in all segments of its workforce where deficiencies exist.
(Excerpt from UCLA Academic Affirmative Action Plan)

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