Part of the MIC at UCLA team with Kaskade after "Office Hours with Kaskade".
Students in line waiting to attend "Office Hours with A$AP Rocky".
MIC at UCLA’s goal is to educate students on campus who are interested in working in the music industry or becoming artists themselves by presenting speaker series with key factors in the industry.
As the first-ever student organization at UCLA dedicated to the business of music, in just two years MIC at UCLA has grown into a community of over 3,000 students. The club is open to any student, regardless of their major or minor.
For most of its programming, MIC partners with the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, which is the first independent music school of the University of California (UC) system.
The club was founded in the Fall of 2016 by brothers David and Allan Brik, and is currently lead by an all female team consisting of President Julia Maltz and Vice President Bella Guerra.
The purpose of MIC at UCLA is to expose students to the various professional opportunities that exist in the music industry by activating the music community and bringing it to campus through special events and opportunities. Ultimately, we aim to help create the music industry leaders of tomorrow.