It’s easy to get your picture taken.

It’s affordable.

Prove that you went to UCLA.

Do It For Mom!

Aside from your diploma, the only thing that proves you went to UCLA is your senior portrait in the official UCLA yearbook.

3 Ways to Take Your Portrait:

BruinLife Studio

BruinLife Studio is located inside the student media offices of 118 Kerckhoff Hall. We follow the same procedures of Campus Photo Studio to give you high quality graduation photos that will automatically be placed in the yearbook.

How to set up an appointment: Click here to make an appointment online or  call 310-825-9898 for availabilities. Our studios are open Monday-Friday from 9AM-5PM and on selected weekends.

BL Studio will be taking photos for the yearbook up until June 16, 2017.

Campus Photo Studio

Campus Photo Studio is conveniently located in Ackerman A-Level (across from the UCLA bookstore). Please stop by or call 310-206-8433 the Monday before your scheduled week to make an appointment.

DEADLINE: Campus Photo Studio deadline to be included in yearbook is June 9, 2017. 

More info visit http://shop.uclastore.com/c-522-grad-portraits.aspx

Off Campus Studio

If you would like to go to an off campus studio, we will be more than gladly accept photos taken there. You may take your yearbook grad portrait in a studio of your choice and submit your digital photos to [email protected] keep in mind our requirements for photo submissions: black cap (optional) and gown, blue or gray background, and high-resolution digital image. Please see the sample images above for reference. We refuse the right to accept any digital images that print low quality or are self-taken.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT OWN PHOTO: April 3, 2017

Be pictured in the BruinLife Yearbook. In 10+ years, your friends and family may be interested in seeing what UCLA was like when you went to college, so your picture in the yearbook would give support to your stories of failing (or acing) those UCLA exams, late nights at local bars, or doing research with that world renowned professor who is conveniently featured on page 135. Plus, an old college yearbook is always good for laughs about how you looked “back in the day.”