Doyle Hall was originally built as a friary in 1961. Designed by architect, Cajetan Baumann, O.F.M., it was dedicated in 1990 to the Very Rev. Mathias F. Doyle, O.F.M., who served as the University president for fifteen years. It is now a student dormitory and holds 138 students. Doyle Hall houses the offices of the History Department, the Center for Student Wellness, meeting/event rooms, and the University Chapel. In 2018, the first cybersecurity center in Western New York was opened. The Western New York Cybersecurity Research Center is located in Doyle Hall, and offers students and faculty to research, while also having a Security Operations Center to provide monitoring for area busineses and communities.
Last updated: July 12, 2018