Royce, Haines, Kinsey and Powell Complete, Classes Begin

In the fall of 1929, classes began on the new Westwood campus

With the construction of Royce, Haines and Kinsey Halls and the Library complete, the first classes on the new Westwood campus began in September, 1929 with 5,500 students enrolled.

 

From the 1930 UCLA yearbook, a dedication to the University and the Spirit of Westwood

Two pages from the 1930 UCLA yearbook illustrate the first full year on the Westwood campus and “College Life… In the Wild ’30s.”