Completed in November 1920, Hinkle Hall served as a residence hall for the Jesuit faculty on campus.The
building was built after the Avondale purchase and was constructed along with the Alumni Science Building.
It was not until February 1970 that the Jesuit faculty moved to Schott Hall and Hinkle became a faculty office building. Hinkle Hall is a three-story building designed in a Tudor-Gothic style. The towers of Hinkle are
designed to resemble the Francis Xavier Family Castle, located in Navarre, Spain.
- Faculty Offices
- Payroll Office
- Was first constructed as a residence hall for the Jesuits on campus in 1920.
- Mrs. Hinkle was the fist donor to make a six-figure donation to Xavier University.
Named After: Mrs. Frederick W. (Mary) Hinkle, a benefactor for the university.