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Athletic Fund

The Wooden Athletic Fund is dedicated to honoring the lasting educational and athletic legacy of Nell and John Wooden. Together, members of the Wooden Athletic Fund team provide invaluable support for all 700 UCLA student-athletes, and every gift has a positive impact on their ability to succeed in the classroom, in competition and in the community.

Mo Ostin
Academic Center for Student-Athletes

The Mo Ostin Academic Center for Student-Athletes will be a comprehensive student-athlete academic facility located adjacent to the J.D. Morgan Center in the heart of UCLA’s campus.

Football Center

This state-of-the-art facility is located on the west side of Spaulding Field and houses the locker room, athletic training area, strength and conditioning facility, coaches' offices, team meeting rooms, equipment rooms and video rooms, in addition to several elements that will feature the storied history of UCLA Football.

To learn more about the Wasserman Football Center and how you can get involved click on the link below.

Mo Ostin
Basketball Center

The Mo Ostin Basketball Center is a comprehensive building located near Pauley Pavilion at the south end of the Los Angeles Tennis Center. The state-of-the-art facility supports the UCLA Men's and Women's Basketball programs and contains both men's and women's practice gyms, locker rooms and a training area, among other ancillary spaces and amenities.

Learn more about the new Mo Ostin Basketball Center and the exclusive benefits offered to donors click on the link below.

Centennial Campaign
for UCLA Athletics

UCLA is in the midst of its $4.2 billion Centennial Campaign, with the Athletic Department targeting $260 million in funds raised between 2013 and 2019.

With athletic department expenses projected to reach $112 million in 2018, nearly 97 percent of which is the responsibility of the UCLA Athletic Department, it is incumbent upon UCLA Athletics to generate revenue through private donations. An endowed, sustainable and unrestricted support program made possible through the generosity of private donations, along with other revenue such as ticket sales, corporate sponsorships and television rights fees, can be used to further invest in resources that range from coaches to travel and recruiting expenses to facilities.

Varsity Club

The mission of the Bruin Varsity Club is to connect the UCLA family of former student-athletes, athletic trainers, team managers and spirit squad members to the University, while enhancing their relationships with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.


As a result of your generous support of the Wooden Athletic Fund, over 700 student-athletes are given the opportunity to succeed on the field and in the classroom.

See how your support makes a positive impact on UCLA student-athletes.