The building's exterior in 2018
|Location||University of Texas at Austin|
|Address||2505 University Avenue|
|Town or city||Austin, Texas|
|Coordinates||30°17′20″N 97°44′18″W / 30.28885°N 97.73835°WCoordinates: 30°17′20″N 97°44′18″W / 30.28885°N 97.73835°W|
|Inaugurated||December 14, 1970|
Burdine Hall is a building on the University of Texas at Austin campus, in the U.S. state of Texas. The classroom and office building is named after J. Alton Burdine, a former dean of the University of Texas College of Arts and Sciences, and has previously been referred to as the North Campus Classroom-Office. The hall reportedly cost $2.1 million and has housed the departments of anthropology, government, and sociology, as well as student financial aid offices. There is a local urban legend that the layout of the building's windows was intended to resemble a computer punched card.
- A Guide to the UT Burdine Hall Dedication, 1970, Briscoe Center for American History, retrieved 2017-10-21
- "Structures Kindle Flame of UT Heritage". The Alcalde. Emmis Communications. 58 (7): 18. ISSN 1535-993X. Retrieved 21 October 2017.
- Jim Nicar (January 25, 2012), "UT Myths and Legends, Debunked", The Alcade, Texas Exes (University of Texas)
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