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Rood Hall (056)

Paul Rood Hall

Current Use:
Classrooms, Laboratories, Art & Sciences Computer Center, Particle Accelerator Lab.
Rood Hall houses classrooms, laboratories, a geology museum, a particle accelerator laboratory, and a computer center. It can be found near Haenicke Hall and Wilbur St.

Facility Information

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Directions:
From Stadium Dr, take Howard St. W. Turn right on W Michigan Ave, then left on Rankin Ave.
Latitude/Longitude:
N42.283634,W85.61721
Parking:
Visitor - Parking Lot 72F
Student - Parking Lot 61 or 100
Employee - Parking Lot 61
Building  Coordinator:
Kathryn Wright, Administrative Assistant
kathryn.wright@wmich.edu
387-5486

Space Usage and Historical Information

Rood Hall was built in 1971. It has approximately 124,257 square foot on 4 floors.
Current Use:
Classrooms, Laboratories, Art & Sciences Computer Center, Particle Accelerator Lab.
Dedication:
1970: to Dr. Paul Rood, member of the Physics Department for 48 years. Department head for 18 years.
Original Use:
Classes, Physical Sciences Library, Computer Center, Geology Dept., Particle Accelerator Laboratory.