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We are a multi-ethnic community of students at UCLA who are seeking to know the full life that Jesus offers. We offer small group communities throughout the dorms and apartments where we study the life of Jesus and the purposes of God, and challenge one another to put our faith into action.

Latest Announcements

Zero Week Catalyst 2016

Posted September 21, 2016



Our very first large group meeting (called Catalyst) is here! This thursday at De Neve Auditorium, we will be meeting up in a large group. This is a great time to check out what InterVarsity Bruin Christian Fellowship is all about. We will have musical worship, get to meet people, and a talk from IVBCF’s Team Leader, Kelly Joiner. This week, Kelly’s message will start our series on #RelationshipGoals. The topic will be on “Walking Together” and will discuss what God’s heart is for community here at UCLA.

When: Thursday of Zero Week at 7:30

Where: De Neve Auditorium (3rd floor above De Neve Dining hall)


Future Catalysts:



Welcome BBQ 2016

Posted September 16, 2016


IVBCF Welcomes You to Our BBQ Gathering!

Wednesday, September 21 @ 11:30 am

Sycamore Park (Behind Saxon Suites)

Come join us for some free BBQ and a chance to get to meet tons of new people, play great group games in your dorm/off-campus areas, and hear about InterVarsity at our 2016 Welcome BBQ! This year we will be at Sycamore Park on (which is right next to saxon). Below is a map to Sycamore Park. Hope to see you all there!


Summer Conference 2016

Posted April 28, 2016


Spend A Beautiful Week in the Word

Sunday, June 12 to Saturday, June 18
Campus by the Sea, Catalina Island

Click here to register!

Come join us for a week after finals to grow as individuals and as a community as we study God’s word together at beautiful Catalina Island.  For those of us that are new to our manuscript conferences, you will be studying the gospel of Mark. Other studies will include:  Mark 2, Mark 1 Repeaters, Prayer Seminar and Senior Seminar. It’s going to be a great way to end the year together and to start our summers off on the right foot.  It will be tons of fun and benefit all who come.  Register today!

Location: Campus by the Sea, Catalina Island, CA

Cost: $350 (Scholarships available)

(If you went to Can This Wait as a guest, you are guaranteed at least a partial scholarship)

Deposit: $100

Registration due by: Thursday, May 26

The registration fee is $350 and covers the boat fee, accommodations, food, fun activities, cost for the studies, and everything else for the week. $350 can be a lot of money so please plan to start saving and inquiring about help from parents or others. For those that can’t come up with the whole fee, there will be scholarships available to apply for, but because of the amount of scholarships that are normally asked for, please also consider creative ways to fundraise for the conference.

Studies Offered

  • For new students – Mark 1
  • For students who have completed Mark 1 – Mark 2
  • For sophomores who have completed Mark 1 & 2 – Mark 1 Repeaters
  • For juniors and seniors who have completed Mark – Prayer Seminar
  • Graduating seniors – Senior Seminar

What is Mark Study?

Mark Study is an in-depth look at the life of Jesus.  During the course of the week you will meet with other students like yourself and study the biography of Jesus according to Mark.  It’s one of the best ways to discover for yourself who Jesus is, and what it means to follow him.  Mark 1 is the first half of this biography and it’s open to all students regardless of your spiritual background.  So whether you consider yourself a Christian or not, join us for one of the best experiences that InterVarsity has to offer.

Scholarship Information

If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please complete the online registration, turn in the $100 deposit, and submit the scholarship form to the registrar or any BCF Staff by Thurs, May 26. If you went to Can This Wait as a guest, you are guaranteed at least a partial scholarship