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Hewitt Hall, formerly known as Hewitt Union, is located to the north of Culkin Hall and south of the Academic Quad. Hewitt housed most of the student organizations until the campus center opened in 2006. Today the building is home to Artville, Bookland, and one of several box offices on campus. Hewitt Hall was opened in 1967 and was named in honor of Jesse Merle Hewitt, Oswego’s first student to die in World War I. Hewitt had worked in the Industrial Arts Department at the college before he left to serve overseas.

Type

  • Academic

Facilities

Lactation Room: 35E

Printmaking

Catering

Ceramics

College Book Store

Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP)

Academic Offices

Classrooms

Music Practice Studios