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Martin Hall, built in 1963, serves as the nucleus of administrative activity on UL Lafayette’s campus. It contains the offices of the University's President, Vice Presidents, and several Deans. Other offices in the building include: Admissions, Enrollment Management, Student Affairs, Scholarship Office, Diversity Affairs, University College, Registrar's Office, and the Graduate School.
Martin Hall was named for the Louisiana Sen. Robert Martin, who introduced and fought diligently to pass the bill that created Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute.
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