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Frances Baker Hall
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Name Frances Baker Hall
Building Number 27, 29
Abbreviation BHA,BHA,BHC, BHD
Zone H-6

Frances Baker Hall is a residence hall in the South Area of dorms. Baker houses the substance free lifestyle floor.

Like many buildings on campus, Baker hall is named after a woman who was influential in RIT's early history. Frances Baker donated a house to the University at 64 S. Washington Street. That house became the original Frances Baker Hall before RIT moved to the Henrietta campus in the 60s.

Features

Frances Baker is a low-rise building without an elevator and does have rooms on the first floor. Baker Hall is directly connected to Grace Watson Hall.

Baker does not have air conditioning.

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