About the Committee
Founded in the summer of 1962 by Chancellor Franklin Murphy, the Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA is the student branch of the world renowned Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA (CAP UCLA) , formerly UCLA Live, formerly the UCLA Center for the Performing Arts. The committee provides student tickets to CAP UCLA events, making available some of the best seats in the house at amazing prices. SCA works frequently with the CAP UCLA staff in departments ranging from Education to Artist Relations, continually promoting the performing arts on campus. SCA is also proud to produce its own series of shows that bring great artists and events to students, in addition to showcasing the various talents of UCLA Student Artists.
The Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA has been funded by student fees for the past forty-seven years. Thanks to the support of the Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC), we have been able to continue offering thousands of low-priced tickets to students for CAP UCLA events each year.
We look forward to fulfilling our mission to “support and encourage student awareness and participation in the arts at UCLA, while providing hands-on experience in the various areas of arts administration for [our] members.”