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Grosvenor Hall

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Photo of the front of Grosvenor Hall at Ohio University
#123

Building Type:
Academic

Campus Green:
West Green

Grid Map Square:
E-4

Current Use

Grosvenor Hall is located in the West Green, coordinates E-4 on the campus map. It is marked as #123 on the map.

Grosvenor Hall is home to the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. The building houses the college's gross anatomy laboratories, osteopathic manipulative medicine laboratory, the college's Office of Admissions, the Dean's Office, and various other departments, including Community Health Programs, as well as numerous classrooms, small meeting rooms, and offices for faculty and staff.

History

Grosvenor Hall was the first building of the West Green project, and was therefore originally known as West Green building number 1. It opened in 1962 and was used for a dormitory. In 1977 it was renovated and became the home of the then-new College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Charles H. Grosvenor

Grosvenor (pronounced "Grovener" — the "s" is silent) Hall was named in honor of Charles H. Grosvenor, who grew up in Athens, Ohio. He was an attorney, a general in the Union Army during the Civil War, and a U.S. representative for 20 years. He was responsible for persuading Andrew Carnegie to provide funds for a library at Ohio University.

Location

16 West Green Dr., Athens, OH 45701 (Directions)


The West Green

The West Green on Ohio University's Athens campus.

West Green is the home of many engineering majors and athletes due to the ready access of Stocker Center and Peden Stadium. Notable buildings on this green include Boyd Hall, Grover Center, Convocation Center and Academic & Research Center.

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