What is SEA Admit?
Southeast Asian (SEA) Admit Weekend is a program that invites newly admitted students to visit the UCLA campus, experience life in the dorms, and learn more about the many academic, professional, and social opportunities the university has to offer. SEA Admit Weekend allows students to build a community in college before they start classes in the fall. This once-in-a-life-time opportunity provides students a better understanding of the bigger community awaiting for them at UCLA and what it means to be a true Bruin.
SEAing the Unseen
As a community gains and grows, it can lose sight of the challenges it has faced and the people it took to overcome these obstacles. This year, SEA Admit aims to instill in the minds of newly admitted SEA students the importance of “SEAing the Unseen:” seeing the forces that may disadvantage a community; seeing the sacrifice our loved ones might have provided for our success; seeing all that might have brought us to this point in time. SEA Admit’s vision is ultimately to push both its staff and its newly admitted students to see past ourselves and more into our larger communities and what roles we can do to advance our respective communities.