Walters Hall

Walters Hall was built in 1969, in the international architectural style. Walters Hall is named for J. Henry Walters. As New York State Senator, he sponsored the legislation which began the College in 1911 and later became the President of the ESF Board of Trustees from 1944-1952. Walters Hall is home to the Chemical Engineering and Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering departments; the building contains a semi-commercial paper mill for educational use.