The five remaining temporary buildings (T-1 through T-8), brought to the campus at the end of World War II, were moved to another location on campus or sold to the Fullerton Elementary School District. They were replaced with a New Applied Arts Building designed to house foreign language classes, data processing, psychology, journalism, merchandising, medical and dental assisting, and the single largest classroom on campus, a room seating 125. Two office suites were included to serve the ever-increasing duties of the faculty. Dedicated on Friday, November 16, 1962, the 33,296-square-foot building cost $669,650. The same day that the Applied Arts Building was dedicated, the college also renamed the College Library as the William T. Boyce Library in honor of FJC’s first President.