Troy Hall

The School of the Environment & the Department of Chemistry share the modern amenities of Troy Hall. 

Now you know…

  • This was the original location of Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe (1948–1992).
  • Stop in at the Chemistry Learning Center on the third floor for free tutoring in all general chemistry & organic chemistry courses.
  • A complete renovation in 2017 retained only the historic brick exterior. Everything inside is new. 
  • Named for David Troy, a dairyman from Port Townsend, WA, who served on the WSU Board of Regents (1910-1916) and later became a state representative and senator. 
Troy Hall.
The modern north entrance of Troy Hall.