UCLA Is Buying A New Campus To Boost Admissions

  • In a milestone move to expand enrollment at the nation’s most popular university by creating a satellite campus, UCLA announced Tuesday that it is buying two expansive properties owned by Marymount California University
  • UCLA’s $80-million purchase of Marymount’s 24.5-acre campus and an 11-acre residential site near San Pedro marks the university’s most significant expansion.
  • UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said the Marymount California properties — were the university’s largest-ever land acquisition.
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