Haviland Hall

Built 1924. Designed by John Galen Howard and named in honor of San Francisco banker J.T.H. Haviland, whose wife donated the funds for the building. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

Building Details

Floors: 5

Accessible entrances: There is a usable entrance on the north side of building. Access is gained by navigating down to the basement level. The entrance has an automatic opener with push plates.

Restrooms: The basement floor mens and the first and second floor womens restroom is usable.

Designated waiting area: The Designated Waitin Area is located adjacent to the elevator and north stairwell.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: W: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located opposite the elevator on the basement level.

Pictures of Haviland Hall (under construction)

Location

Classrooms and Departments

Social Welfare, Social Welfare Library

Classrooms

12 Haviland

Maximum Capacity 

54

Features

  • ADA-Instructor Accessible
  • ADA-Student Accessible
  • AV-Computer Data Display
  • AV-Connection-Aux
  • AV-Connection-VGA
  • AV-DVD Player
  • AV-Screen-Manual Projector
  • Board-White Only
  • Seating-Movable
  • Window

214 Haviland

Maximum Capacity

18

Features

  • ADA-Instructor Accessible
  • ADA-Student Accessible
  • AV-Computer Data Display
  • AV-Connection-Aux
  • AV-Connection-VGA
  • AV-DVD Player
  • AV-Screen-LCD
  • AV-VHS player
  • Board-Front 95plus sq ft
  • Board-White Only
  • Seating-Movable
  • Window

321 Haviland

Maximum Capacity

15

Features

  • ADA-Instructor Accessible
  • ADA-Student Accessible
  • Board-Chalk Only
  • Seating-Seminar
  • Window