Campbell Hall

Location

617 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1176

This building, named after William Henry Campbell, was erected in 1956. Born Sept. 14, 1808, at Baltimore, Md.; died Dec. 7, 1890; graduated from Dickinson College, 1828; attended Princeton Theological Seminary one year; Pastor, Chittenanago, NY, 1831-33; Principal, Erasmus Hall, Flatbush, NY, 1833-39; Pastor, East NY (1839-41), Third Reformed Church, Albany, NY (1841-48); Principal Albany Academy, 1848-51; elected Professor of Biblical Literature, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, 1851; served gratuitously as Professor of Belles-Lettres, Rutgers College, 1851-63; President, Rutgers College, 1863-82; founder of Suydam Street Reformed Church, New Brunswick, 1884-90. Source: Catalogue of Buildings and Place Names at Rutgers.

Offices: 
Housing - New Brunswick Dir
Building number: 
3121
Building code: 
CA
Campus: 
College Avenue