Kerckhoff Hall

Building Description

Kerckhoff Hall is one of the main student union buildings of UCLA. Among its offerings are: study lounges, an art gallery, a coffeehouse, meeting rooms, a salon and the student government offices.

History

Named for William G. Kerckhoff, a very successful lumber and energy magnate, Kerckhoff Hall was finished in 1931. The Kerckhoffs visited the Westwood campus under construction in early 1929 and were told by the provost of the need for a student union. On his deathbed a month later, Kerckhoff told his wife that he wanted to build such a building.



Location
(310) 825-6322
Address
405 Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024
1st Floor
Bruin Card Office
Bruin Online
Center for Student Programming
Meeting Rooms
Student Media
Restrooms
2nd Floor
Bridge to Ackerman Union
ASUCLA Human Resources
Charles E. Young Grand Salon
Kerckhoff Art Gallery
Kerckhoff Coffeehouse
Campus Phone
Pay Phones
Restrooms
3rd Floor
ASUCLA Student Support Services
Louise Kerckhoff Study Lounge
Student Government Offices
Campus Phone
Restrooms
4th Floor
Meeting Room
Student Government Offices
Restrooms
Bathrooms
Bathrooms are available for both sexes on every floor.
Hours
The building is open 24 hours.
Website
http://www.asucla.ucla.edu/studentunion/index.asp
Wi-Fi
The building has wi-fi access.

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