This aerial shot shows the campus two years later in 1940. Starting in 1941, federal relief funds declined dramatically, limiting the construction of new buildings on campus. When World War II started, all federal money was funneled toward the war effort, and it was not until the mid-1950s that FJC began another building program. At the time of this photo, FJC ranked 7th in enrollment in California with 1469 students. The top junior college in the state was Los Angeles City College with 4837 students. The State’s 46 junior colleges had a total attendance of 43,652.