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Neumann Hall is a four-story corridor-style residence hall for first-year students.
While centrally located on campus—Neumann Hall is just steps away from the quad—Neumann Hall has a reputation among students as a quiet setting for sleep and study. More than 200 first-year students call Neumann Hall their home.
Inside: student housing
Occupancy Date: 1962
Square Feet: 44,690
Originally built as a men's dormitory, this building was dedicated to sociology professor and dean of men George Bradford Neumann. Neumann joined the faculty in 1925 when the Buffalo Normal School became a four-year, degree-granting institution.