University of California San Diego: San Diego’s Giant Economic Machine

In 1964, the first class of four-year undergraduates enrolled at University of California San Diego (UCSD) and in 1967, Dr. Hugh Bradner, Provost of Revelle College, presented 20 candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. John S. Galbraith, Chancellor, conferred degrees on the first four-year class of undergraduates. None of them lived on campus.