The First American University Designed to Educate and Graduate all Its Students with Jobs in Their Hands

University of United Angeles




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An Employee-Owned University in Los Angeles

University of United Angeles is a comprehensive job creation and employment research university. We are an employee-owned university in Los Angeles, governed by a board of trustees. We will offer over 30 choices of undergraduate and graduate degree programs.


To be a global leader on job creation education and research by enlarging the mind of our students and scholars whose research works will engage the business world on finding answers to the problem of unemployment.


The mission of University of United Angeles is to educate and graduate job creators; practitioners, researchers, scholars and educators who will make meaningful economic and human service contributions to society as leaders and united citizens of the World.


Leading in the path traveled by great American educators in search of meaningful quality education and guided by passion to perform, University of United Angeles, through our curriculum design, instructional and student assessment methods, selection and retention of most qualified faculty, through our students residence and internship programs, through our job creation placement programs, and through the financial management service programs of the university, University of United Angeles shall, as its mandate, educate and graduate all its students with jobs in their hands so they can by the graduation date start to impact the global community.

Core Values

The core values of University of United Angeles are deeply rooted in our humility in service to others and to God, the Creator.

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The University of United Angeles was conceived in 2008 in Loma Linda California following a scholarly inquiry into the problem of unemployment among university and college graduates by Professor Edward Ntale Kananga PsyD.

With support from fellow educators, Tagete Rose Musoni LLB, Ron Keith Anderson PhD, Uriah M. Jones EdD, Fred Paul Rojas PhD, and Ken Lee Wong PhD, this inquiry and search for answers which later were to become a benchmark for the mission statement and mandate of the university were shared with students, educators and administrators of institutions of higher education in Kigali Rwanda; Ngara and Dar es Salaam Tanzania; Rochester New York; Kabale and Kampla Uganda; Vancouver and Victoria British Columbia; Bujumbura Burundi; Nairobi, Eldoret and Baraton Kenya; Palo Alto California; Edmonton, Lacombe and Calgary Alberta.

On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, University of United Angeles was born and registered in Sacramento California with its first site location in the City of Los Angeles…and so shall continue the story of the university doing scholarly inquiries into the problem of unemployment and at the same time reaching out to people as friends, institutions as affiliates, and nations as home to the university.

Quick Facts

The Name:  Angeles or Angels is Latin in origin. It means messengers of hope. Literally, the name means University of United Messengers of Hope.

Nickname Name: Beer-Lahai-Roi, meaning in Hebrew, a Place Where God Reveals Himself to Us.

Theme: The theme of the University is Unity in Diversity.

Monuments: Monuments on campus (each 12 ft high on a platform 4 ft high) shall include: (1) Thomas Jefferson standing behind a podium dressed in a doctoral graduation gown, writing in a book the words: “We hold this truth to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are the right to Life, Liberty and pursuit of Happiness”; and (2) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr with his right hand raised and the left hand on the podium and the words, “We must learn to live together as brothers and sisters or perish together as fools” written on a document in front of him. More monuments shall be built on UUA campus to promote the theme of the University.

Colors: The colors of the University are Red, White, and Blue.

Anthem: The anthem of the University is Nkosi Sikeleli UUA, God Bless UUA - first stanza sang in Zulu, second stanza sang in Spanish and third stanza sang in English.

Official Holidays: The official holidays celebrated on UUA main campus are the New Year's Day, 1 January; Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., 3rd Monday in January; Memorial Day, last Monday in May; USA Independence, 4 July; Veterans Day, 11 November; Thanksgiving Day, 4th Thursday in November; Christmas Day, 25 December.

Animal: The animal of the University is the African Lion - UUA stands strong on job creation education, research, and diversity. 

Bird: The bird of the University is the Canadian flying goose, escaping extreme Canadian winter conditions, and returning to Canada in early spring to lay eggs. The bird is a symbol of our students who shall come to UUA campus in search of knowledge, skills, and resources before returning to their towns and cities as productive members of their communities.

Graduation Day: UUA Graduation Day shall be the First Day of Spring (March 20th).

Beverage: The beverage of the University is Late Café and Espresso Coffee.

Gifts: The official gifts the University will give distinguished guests shall include one or more of the following, the Native American bow and arrows, Masai batik, and UUA flag in a glass with the words: You are appreciated! 

Motto: The motto of the University is For Employed World.

Flag: The flag of the University is Red and White large horizontal stripes, with the white stripe between the two large red stripes, with 6 white stars at the top right corner of the first letter U.

Prayer: Lord through your people build this University, take pleasure in it, and be glorified in it (Haggai 1:8, Paraphrased).

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