Lehman Hall

Named for Herbert Lehman, Class of 1899

94 Chapin Hall Drive
10,008 Sq. Ft.

Lehman Hall, 2012

Lehman Hall, 2012

About Lehman Hall

Lehman Hall, designed by Cram and Ferguson, was built in 1928. The building is named after Herbert H. Lehman, Class 1899, and features a bronze plate of Lehman on the southeast corner. Lehman’s two entries meet in the center of the building where there is a shared common room with a TV and foosball table. Lehman houses 32 upperclass students in 32 singles arranged mostly in suites on three floors. Rooms have fireplaces with no flame or flue, built-in cabinetry, and nearby bathrooms. It’s small and quiet, but close to most everything on campus. Lehman belongs to the Dodd Neighborhood.

Major Construction History

Date Project Cost
1928 Built
Architect: Cram and Ferguson
1988 Renovation, rewiring and upgrades $490,564
2007 Exterior stair rebuild $150,000