Student organization websites
Also appears as Websites for student organizations
How can I benefit from a student organization website?
You do not need to have the website design experience to create a professional website for your organization! Our Software Development Team guides David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) students through the development process from start to finish. We even set up your site on a user-friendly content management system (CMS) that makes updates fast and easy.
- On Request
- Fully subsidized
Please follow these steps to request your website:
- Read Understanding the Student Website Design Principles and the Bruin Online Acceptable Use Policy.
- Download and complete the Website Request Form. We’ll use this form to build your website. It covers important elements, such as anticipated pages and a navigation bar. Review a completed example form →
- Email Mary Ann Triest your completed form.
- After you complete these steps, we’ll review and approve your request. Then we’ll work with your designated web content administrator to build and complete the site.
Questions to consider before requesting your site
It’s helpful to consider the following questions before requesting your site:
- Do you have a general idea of the layout of your website?
- What pages will be linked to your navigation bar?
- Do you think you'll need a news or events section?
- How often do you think you can update the site?
- Do you have existing content?
- Do you have plenty of organizational photos?
- Does your organization have a logo?
- Does your organization have an existing social media presence?
What will my site look like?
Our student organization sites are designed according to UCLA Brand Guidelines. We use an overarching design theme for consistency, but you can differentiate your site by choosing what content to fill it with.
Browse the examples below to get an idea of what your site could look like. View even more examples →
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Previously: Computing Technologies Research Lab (CTRL)
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