Campbell Hall is a residence hall on the North side of campus built in 1953 with an addition added in 1964. The building as it stands occupies 132,442 square feet.
It is heated with steam and the areas that are cooled is done with well water.
The goal of the University is to decrease energy consumption in all buildings on campus. Each individual plays a part in this by reducing their energy use and every little bit helps.
The University as a whole has been working towards educating the university community about energy-conscious actions and techniques to establish responsible lifelong behaviors.
There are many ways you can help to save energy, visit the Energy Conservation Tips for some ideas!
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