Pritchard Hall is home to more than 1,000 male and female students.
Inside the building, you will find several living-learning communities.
Pritchard Hall is named for Samuel Reynolds Pritchard Sr., who worked here from 1893 until 1928 as professor and head of physics and electrical engineering and dean of engineering. An extraordinary teacher and man of unusual ability, Pritchard created and developed the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering and built a favorable reputation for the department. He was one of the most well known laymen of the Baltimore Methodist Conference and was noted for his innate goodness.
Construction was completed in 1967 on Pritchard Hall.
Address: 630 Washington St. SW | Map Grid: M-7
Originally Built: PRIT | Abbreviation: 1967
Latitude: 37.22433 | Longitude: -80.41974