Edwards Hall

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Edwards Hall is a general administration building that holds offices for employee relations, human resources, university police, the Division of Public Safety and the Kansas Center for Rural Initiatives.

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History

Built in 1968, this unique three-story building originally housed 192 Wildcat athletes with amenities that included dining space, a swimming pool and exercise facilities. About a decade after construction, the building converted to general dormitory space, then later into administrative offices. It is named for A. Thornton Edwards, former director of housing.