In 1959, the University of California at Los Angeles opened its first residence hall on the northwest campus. During the past five decades, they've added high-rise residence halls, plaza rooms with private bathrooms, and suite-style accommodations. Now, the northwest campus, referred to by students as “The Hill,” is a vibrant community of almost 10,000 student-residents during the academic year, but during summers, The Hill provides conference space that's especi
Conference Centers: UCLA Is Growing Its Conference Space
A popular, economical venue for summer conferences is expanding.