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Campus Tour

Porter Hall

Porter Hall was the college's first high-rise residence hall and remains the largest residence building. The nine-story building has corridor-style rooms with wellness, study, leadership, and all-female floors, as well as general coeducational floors.

Includes: Residence Life Office, student housing, Orientation and New Student Programs

Occupancy Date: 1963
Square Feet: 104,930

History

Porter Hall was named in 1980 for Peter Buell Porter, a Buffalo pioneer, businessman, and political leader. Porter was a member of Congress in the early 1800s and a general in the War of 1812.