Purdue’s University Hall

There’s something about this historic building that catches my eye every day I walk through Purdue’s campus.

University Hall is the last of the original six buildings that were once the entirety of Purdue. Open to students since 1877, this building was used as a classroom, the University’s first library, and it housed a chapel and the president’s office until 1904.


What are your favorite buildings at Purdue?

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