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McHugh Hall and Oak Hall

McHugh Hall and Oak Hall

McHugh Hall
Room 102 in McHugh Hall
Stairs inside McHugh Hall
Inside McHugh Hall
Hallway in the McHugh Hall
Oak Hall
Exterior view of the Oak Hall
Room 101 in Oak Hall
Hallway in Oak Hall
Student walking under the bridge of the Oak Hall
Look at the hallway inside the Oak Hall at night
Two of our newest academic buildings not only provide beautiful, state-of-the-art classroom space within their brick and copper façades, but also are helping UConn reduce its carbon footprint. Both are LEED certified, meaning they were designed with conservation in mind and reach certain standards set by the U.S. Green Building Council. McHugh Hall, which boasts a 6,500-square-foot green roof covered in vegetation, was the first building on campus to achieve LEED Gold status.