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Baldwin Hall
The University of Georgia

Baldwin Hall
University of Georgia

Baldwin Hall, built in 1938 and named for the University of Georgia’s founder Abraham Baldwin, served as a Navy pre-flight school during World War II and has been home to several academic programs. This beloved building located on Jackson Street in North Campus currently houses the departments of political science and public administration and policy in the School of Public and International Affairs as well as the departments of sociology and anthropology in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.

Construction of an additional 10,800 square-foot annex and renovations to the existing building were completed in 2017. Made possible by an approximately $8 million appropriation from the Georgia General Assembly, the renovation and construction project provided modern instructional facilities, common areas for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to convene, greater accessibility for individuals with disabilities, and a more efficient mechanical system.