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Clement Hall (CLEMNT) - South Campus, Residential Sector

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Clement Hall

Clement is a high-rise residence hall for five hundred students, with integrated lounges, recreation, and study facilities. It was initially an all women's dormitory.

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Carolyn Tripp Clement The wife of Stephen M. Clement, Carolyn Tripp Clement (1861-1943) was a distinguished community leader and philanthropist. She served on the University Council from 1920 to 1941 and donated her home at 786 Delaware Avenue to the American Red Cross. She also contributed $80,000 to the University of Buffalo.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Residence

Tenants: University Residence Halls and Apartments

Architect: James, Meadows & Howard

Completion date: June, 1964

Gross square feet: 151,337

Construction cost: $666,000

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