Mulford Hall

Built 1948. Named for Water Mulford, first dean of the School of Forestry, 1914-47. Much of the interior is wood-paneled or covered by planks from native California trees (most donated by lumber companies) or foreign species (most obtained from the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition).

Building Details

Floors: 5

Accessible entrances: There is an automatic door at the Northwest entrance.

Restrooms: The restrooms on the basement floor have side transfer stalls.

Designated waiting area: The designated waiting areas are located at the eastern stairwell for each floor. The landing spaces can accommodate several people in wheelchairs; the fire rate doors are closed.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: NW: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located immediately to the left upon entering through the accessible entrance to the building.

Pictures of Mulford Hall

The front side of Mulford Hall, facing east. The accessible entrance is an alternate entrance on the north side of the building.

Mulford Hall

The accessible entrance to Mulford Hall, facing north. To the right of the doors is an automatic door opener.

North Entrance


Classrooms and Departments

Natural Resources, Environmental Science, Policy & Management


106 Mulford

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107 Mulford

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159 Mulford

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230 Mulford

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240 Mulford

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