Benedict Hall (abbreviated BEN) is a building located on the South Mall of the University of Texas at Austin campus, in Austin, Texas, United States. The five-floor, 38,580 square foot building is located along 21st Street, near Littlefield Fountain.
Built in 1951 and named after mathematics professor and university president H. Y. Benedict, the building was completed in 1952 and was originally home to the Department of Mathematics. It has also been used for the psychology department.
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