IT SuperFriends - UCLA Staff Assembly, Helpdesk Consortium, and Knowledgebase

What is UCLA Staff Assembly?

UCLA Staff Assembly is an organization “for staff, by staff”. Through educational, social, and community programs, we foster staff engagement in support of UCLA’s mission. The benefits include leadership opportunities, networking, personal, and professional development, recognition, and campus involvement to name a few. All staff are encouraged to be a part of our community.

Sponsors: Office of the Chancellor and Campus Human Resources



Fundraising Events

Scholarships ($500)

2011 Chancellor’s Excellence in Service Award ($1000)
Staff members who go “above and beyond the call of duty” in supporting the University’s values:

  1. Sustainability
  2. Diversity
  3. Civic Engagement
  4. True Bruin (Integrity, Excellence, Accountability, and Respect)
  5. see also,
  • Letter of recommendation from nominee’s direct supervisor.
  • May 6, 20011 to be announced soon

Faculty/Staff Partnership Award

For more information on Staff Assembly

What is UCLA Helpdesk Consortium

*Sponsors: Office of Information Technology *

The HDC was form to promote IT Collaboration on campus:

  • Share expertise, solutions, ideas and resources to increase efficiencies
  • Develop IT best practices and operating standards
  • Encourage more specialization and innovation
  • Establish cooperation in navigating IT bureaucracy
  • Facilitate Help Desk IT projects across campus
  • Align IT with the University’s mission & vision
  • Increase responsiveness to end-users and customers
  • Encourage professional development for IT staff


  • Lab Manager’s/Instructional Computing
  • IT Scholarships and Awards
  • Brown Bag Users Group
  • IT HR Committee
  • Knowledgebase


For more information on UCLA HDC:

What is the UCLA Knowledgebase?

1364 Articles by 228 Bruins

Feedback from Staff Assembly


  1. Ability to Comment
  2. Rating (Was article useful?)
  3. Recognition

Ideas or suggestions?

What is JWC BOG?

“Ambassador Resolution”


Space Issues


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