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Lytle HallLytle Hall is one of the farthest buildings on campus but is home to KU's English, History, and Mathematics Departments.

Lytle Hall

  • Lytle Lane
  • Kutztown, PA 19530
  • Phone: 610-683-4000

Academic Year Hours: Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Summer Hours: Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Lytle Hall is the location of the university's Departments of English, History, and Mathematics. Lytle Hall is the farthest building from our dorms but it's a beautiful walk.

The building is named in memory of Clyde Francis Lytle, an English teacher at Kytztown from the 1922-1956. Lytle and a group of students began the school's newspaper, the Keystone, in 1933.  The same year, Lytle composed the school's alma mater, which plays every day shortly after noon from the Old Main clock tower.

Lytle Hall will be closed during the summer of 2017 for renovations. The English (deFrancesco), History and Mathematics (Old Main) departments will be relocated during this time.