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Norton Hall (NORTON) - North Campus, Academic Sector



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Norton Hall


Norton Hall houses the Educational Opportunity Program, undergraduate student advising services and the large lecture hall known as Woldman Conference Theater. It's also home to the New York State Center for Engineering Design and Industrial Innovation.

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Namesake


Charles Phelps Norton The Norton name is the only name that went to three different buildings over UB's history.

Charles Phelps Norton was chancellor of the University of Buffalo from 1909 to 1920 and a founder of the University of Buffalo Law School. He also endowed the Norton Medal, UB's highest honor, which in 2003 went to outgoing UB President William R. Greiner. Norton left his estate to the university on the condition that within three years of the probate of the will, all principal and interest would be applied to the erection of a building known as Norton Hall to be used as a meeting place for student activities.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Academic Advising Center, Woldman Theater

Architect: Sasaki, Dawson, and DeMay

Completion date: June, 1977

Gross square feet: 55,320

Construction cost: $6,188,000

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