The card you’ve been waiting for is finally here! As a proud partner of the UCLA Black Alumni Association, University Credit Union is excited to announce a specially designed Rewards Credit Card for members of UBAA! What makes this card even more special – UCU’s Rewards Credit Card* offers you unlimited rewards points on your purchases!

Some additional perks of UCU’s Rewards Credit Card include:
Earn one point for every $1 you spend on your card
No annual fees
No foreign transaction fees

Join UCU and apply online today! Applying is easy - once you’re in the online application, under the ‘Types of Loan’ section, select ‘Rewards Credit Card’. Select UCLA Black Alumni Association to finish the application ...

Posted: Tuesday, May 12, 2020

The health of UCLA Black Alumni Association (UBAA) members, officers, and guests are at the forefront of our concerns, and as such, UBAA is addressing the novel coronavirus outbreak by making major changes to our upcoming events over the next 4 weeks.

Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2020

Get Involved With Governing of UCLA Black Alumni Association

Posted: Saturday, February 15, 2020

In April, UBAA launched a call to action to raise $30,000 to add 3 more full-tuition scholarships. While we did not secure 3 full tuition scholarships, we were able to raise over $21,000 which equated to 2 more tuition scholarships. Learn more about our scholarship efforts at

Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Democratic Debate Nights

Posted On: July 30, 2019

The Debate was hosted by The Metaphor Club, a local African American shared workspace on Crenshaw with monthly membership options for mobile freelancers/entrepreneurs.

The first of many Democratic Debate Nights was a unifying event. UBAA was present in large numbers, fueled by a collective concern about the seriousness of the issues facing the African American community. Feedback as candidates spoke was captured on a wall sized chalkboard, with all viewers able to give candidates' points based on their responses to the facilitators questions. During intermissions, the workspace owners raffled memberships and guests enjoyed light snacks. The Metaphor Club is a creative ...

Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2019

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28th Annual Black Ski Weekend

We had an amazing ...

Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019

UBAA February 2019 Newsletter

Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2019

Ski Trip is less than 40 days away. Ditch the Kitchen for the Weekend and Order Catering

Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Our Bay Area Chapter Officers are working hard to bring "Westwood" to the Bay Area in 2019.

Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2019

UBAA Kicks Off 2019 With Social Justice! You can watch the summit panels and conversation online.

Posted: Sunday, February 3, 2019

Recap of the UCLA Black Alumni Association's Annual Champagne and Sugar Holiday Party and Toy Drive.

Posted: Tuesday, January 1, 2019

What it means to be a Black Bruin?

Posted: Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Black to Westwood: Inaugural Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend Recap 2018

Over 350 people convened over Los Angeles to experience our Inaugural Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend. The weekend consisted of a welcome reception, cultural performances, financial empowerment, Let's PlayLA: The Ultimate Adult Game Night, tailgate party turned Dodgers NLCS game watching party, football game with a jumbotron shoutout during the first quarter. We closed out the event with a Dr. V. "Berky" H. Nelson's Scholarship Fund Reception hosted by Andre Farr (Class of 1992).

Welcome Reception & General Meeting

UBAA Kicked off the Inaugural Black Alumni Homecoming weekend with its ...

Posted: Monday, December 10, 2018

The UBAA presents its Fall Book Series- Blood in the Water- The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy, by Pulitzer prize winning author and historian, Heather Ann Thompson.

In conjunction with the Ralph Bunche Center for African American Studies under the direction of Interim Director, Kelly Lytle Hernandez, UBAA will highlight Ms. Thompson's work through an depth discussion of her award winning book in two general meetings of the Lit Club and a third VIP dinner reception featuring the author immediately following Ms. Thompson's appearance at the Bunche Center Speaker Series in late November. Books will be available on the UBAA website by 10/1 and tickets for the dinner will be available 10/30.

Posted: Monday, September 11, 2017

If there is one thing for certain its that for many of us, we are still very much 'in love' with our 44th president. The first gathering of the UBAA Literary Book Club Series 'I (HEART) Obama gave attendees the chance to express thoughts ranging from the first time they heard Barack Obama to the first time they really thought he could win the nomination to the emotional roller coaster of his run and ultimate win. Erin Aubry Kaplan shared keen insight into the closeted adoration Black people had to have in public, the Superman/Kent duality of Obama, his sexuality and his transformative affect on the psyche of Black people.

In the second Chat and Chew gathering on Saturday April 15th, we will engage debate on Obama's Fulfillment of Black History and his successful ...

Posted: Saturday, March 18, 2017

In his nearly two terms as president, Barack Obama has solidified his status as something African Americans haven’t had for fifty years: a folk hero. The 1960s delivered Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, forever twinned as larger-than-life outsiders and truth tellers who took on racism and died in the process. Obama is different: Not an outsider but president, head of the most powerful state in the world; a centrist Democrat, not the face of a movement. Yet he is every bit a folk hero, doing battle with the beast of a system created to keep people like him on the margins. He is unique among presidents and entirely unique among black people, who never expected to have a president so soon.

Erin Aubry Kaplan has been a journalist covering black issues for twenty-five ...

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

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