Trotter Hall

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Together with Mosier and Coles halls, Trotter Hall is part of the 254,702-square-foot veterinary medicine complex situated on 80 acres on the north end of campus. Trotter Hall offers administrative offices, instructional facilities, and a veterinary medical library on the top floor.

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History

Built in 1973, this building is named for Donald M. Trotter, who served K-State for 30 years, including his service as dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine from 1971 to 1984.