Class Website Help
How to Create a UCLA Logon
1. Go to https://accounts.iam.ucla.edu and select "Create a UCLA Logon"
2. Read and agree to the Acceptable Use Policy; then click the Next button.
3. Select I do not have a UCLA Identification Number.
4. Input your name, date or birth and email address.
5. Create a username (Logon ID), password, and security question following the onscreen instructions.
6. You have the option to add multi-factor authentication to your account - this is recommended for full time students and faculty who have personal information of value stored on their account, but is not necessary for Senior Scholars.
7. Safely store your Logon ID, password and security question answers; your Logon ID will remain the same throughout your time as a Scholar.
How to Reset Your Password
1. Go to https://accounts.iam.ucla.edu and select "Reset Your UCLA Logon ID Password"
2. Select "I do not have a 9 Digit UCLA ID Number"
3. Enter your UCLA logon username, date of birth and email address associated with your UCLA logon account.
4. Enter your response to your challenge question.
5. Enter in your new password and select a new challenge question and answer.
6. Save your new password in a secure place with your UCLA logon username.
How to Lookup Your UCLA Logon
1. Go to https://accounts.iam.ucla.edu and select "Lookup Your UCLA Logon"
2. Select "I do not have a 9 digit UCLA ID number"
3. Enter your last name, date of birth and email address affiliated with your UCLA logon account.
4. An inquiry will be opened and information will be sent to your email address.
How to Access to Your Class Website
1. Click https://bruinlearn.ucla.edu and enter your UCLA logon informationYour course "dashboard" should automatically show up after you log in, but if you do not see it, look at the menu on the lefthand corner of your screen and click "Dashboard."
2. Your course "dashboard" should automatically show up after you log in, but if you do not see it, look at the menu on the lefthand corner of your screen and click "Dashboard."
3. On your dashboard, you will see icons with the course name(s). Click the course you want to access.
4. Every course website will look a bit different. However, all should have "Modules" and "Zoom" listed on the menu on the lefthand side. If your class is asynchronous or recorded, you can find recorded lectures under "Modules." If your class is live, you can find the Zoom link under "Zoom." You can also check to see if the course has listed the syllabus to find any reading requirements/course schedule.