Lynch Hall is the oldest building on campus, having originally been built in 1922 as the country house for the Lynch family. Its 15,544 square feet space is currently used for administrative offices for the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. These offices include the President, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Administrative Affairs, University Relations and Institutional Advancement, Conferencing, and Human Resources. Art classes meet in the basement.
Did you know . . . Lynch Hall was originally known as Starboard Light and was built as the country house of Commander Charles McKenna Lynch and his wife Mary Richardson Lynch for the Lynch family in 1924. With additions in 1933, the mansion numbered 31 rooms and numerous baths. According to campus legend, Lynch Hall is home to a ghost, supposedly viewed by security officers while on their nightly rounds.