Mason Hall

Energy Consumption1

Did you know…

This building was U-M’s first academic building and was constructed in 1841, but has a confusing history of who was the architect and housed LSA, the university’s first department2.


  • Angell Hall Courtyard
    • Occupancy sensors
    • Daylight harvesting via lighting sensors
    • Low VOC paint
    • Reused furniture
    • High recycled content and low emitting furniture
  • Classroom lighting controls
  • Water refill stations

Featured Fall 2024 Courses4

ALA 250: Topics in Critical Issues: Critical Issues for Climate Solutions

ENGLISH 320: Literature and the Environment

ENGLISH 411: Art of the Film: Eco Imaginations

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