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All Los Angeles based CLAA events and activities are officially UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
Please follow CDC recommendations and stand with us in this fight for a healthier
tomorrow. Hermanos and hermanas across the globe, the Berkeley angelenos have your
back. See you around LA soon…

Prospective Golden Bears (Class of 2024)

Congratulations on your acceptance to UC Berkeley! Please keep these important dates in mind as you decide where to pursue your academic career.

  • April 15: Deadline for Freshman students on the wait list to “opt-in”
  • April 17: Transfer Decision Release Day
  • April 18-24: Cal Week Virtual Engagement
  • May 1: Deadline for Freshman admits to accept their offer of admission
  • May 15: Deadline for Transfer students on the wait list to “opt-in”
  • June 1: Deadline for Transfer admits to accept their offer of admission
  • July 1: Transcript deadline for all incoming students
  • July 15: Deadline for other documents (IGETC, exams, etc.)

CLAA-LA recognizes that prospective students might have several questions due to the COVID-19 and encourage them to contact the university. Please click on this link to find out more about reaching out to the university regarding this matter.

Thank You Donors!

The UC Berkeley Chicanx Latinx Alumni Association, Los Angeles (CLAA-LA) Scholarship supports undergraduate Chicano Latino students enrolled at UC Berkeley who demonstrate financial need for tuition, books, equipment, and living expenses.

Congratulations to 2019 Scholarship Recipients!

Learn more about your donation’s impact on these students’ undergraduate experience in our past recipients section.

¡Feliz Día de César Chávez!
(from your friends at CLAA-Los Angeles)

In a time in which it is easy to point out differences and politicize even the most noble of actions, let’s please pause and reflect. We are Los Angeles; we are California. We are emblems of a history that has withstood hardship and discord, but that has never succumbed to either. We are invigorated by where we came from, just as we are stubborn to redefine what we are capable of becoming. We carry our culture proudly on our backs and march on with thick skin towards whatever it is that tomorrow will bring.


César Chávez history in Los Angeles

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Learn more about the history behind Cesar Chavez Avenue, from Placita Olvera to Monterrey Park and all the opinions in between.