Senate House

Senate House is a term frequently used to describe the main administrative building of a university.

Buildings called Senate House include:

  • Senate House (University of Cambridge) of the University of Cambridge
  • Senate House (University of London) of the University of London
  • Senate House (University of Madras) of the University of Madras
  • Senate House (University of Peradeniya) of the University of Peradeniya
  • Senate House State Historic Site, in Kingston, New York, where the state of New York was established in 1777.

Famous quotes containing the words senate and/or house:

    At first I intended to become a student of the Senate rules and I did learn much about them, but I soon found that the Senate had but one fixed rule, subject to exceptions of course, which was to the effect that the Senate would do anything it wanted to do whenever it wanted to do it.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    In a tiger’s house there are no puppy dogs.
    Chinese proverb.