Transportation Coordinators

Liana Ngo

Hercules, CA

1st Year | Major: Asian Humanities

I love SEA Admit because it is the main reason that I am here at UCLA right now. It’s also the reason that I met so many people who have helped me transition from high school to college life. I’m involved with SEA CLEAR, which could be considered the continuation of SEA Admit, Hanoolim: Korean Culture Awareness Group and Hanoolim Poognmul, which is traditional Korean drumming, and sometimes involved with UCLA Kendo. My favorite thing about UCLA is probably the food? Most things here are amazing! I live on the Humanities floor, so if you have any questions about LLCs come talk to me! I’m also a total dork about anime, K-pop, and K-dramas, so learn to embrace your dorkiness because there are always people who can completely relate! Dogs are also life!

Jenna Vuong

San Francisco, CA

1st Year | Major: Pre-Psychobiology

Hi there, my name is Jenna Vuong. I’m half Chinese and half Vietnamese. I’m quad-lingual (English, Cantonese, Hainanese, and Mandarin). I’m a first year Pre-Psychobiology student from San Francisco. I actually entered UCLA as a Biochemistry major and realized that it wasn’t for me. I am not Pre-Med. But I am currently Pre-Pharm & Pre-Health. I was actually Pre-Law for the longest time, so I have some knowledge there as well. I attended SEA Admit last year and it was the best weekend of my life. If there’s anything I beg of you to remember during this weekend, it is to stay hydrated, to have fun, and to be open to meeting new people! SEA Admit helped me realize that UCLA was the perfect choice for me. I fell in love with the campus and the community here. I wasn’t able to see myself anywhere else, and I could not stop talking about SEA Admit or UCLA after I got home. My friends were probably so annoyed and fed up with me talking about it. It also helped me accept my Vietnamese heritage that I’ve always been distanced from, which is the reason why I don’t know Vietnamese. SIRing to UCLA was one of the best decisions I’ve made. I’m also involved with ACA, aka Association of Chinese Americans, (the club, not the dance team). I’m an open-minded person and always ready to be an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on, or just someone to talk to. And I can’t want to meet and interact with as many of you as possible during SEA Admit!