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Diabetes Prevention Program

UCLA Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) provides education, encouragement, and the tools necessary to help individuals reach their health goals. Participants meet in a classroom setting to discuss the CDC-approved curriculum, which includes basic information on nutrition, ways to increase physical activity, stress management techniques, and ideas to stay motivated.

General Info

See website for class schedule
Online On Campus John Wooden Center 1st Floor
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional Faculty & Staff

Contact Info

(310) 794-6181


  • Find information about eligibility, contact information, and upcoming class schedule here.
  • Fill out the application for the UCLA Diabetes Prevention Program here.
  • For more information about the Diabetes Prevention Program or to enroll in an upcoming class, you can contact or 310-794-6181.
  • UCLA Diabetes Education Program - Find information about primary and consultative diabetes care. Request an appointment with an endocrinologist here. For more information, you can email diabetes education at
  • Diabetes education workshops - UCLA offers workshops for patients living with type 2 diabetes and a support group for patients living with type 1 diabetes. For type 2 diabetes, you can attend ADA-certified self-care classes on Thursdays from 10:30am-12:00pm via Zoom. For type 1 diabetes, you can join a support group on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month via Zoom at 6:00pm.