Pugh Hall is one of the newer buildings on the University of Florida. Completed in 2008, this 40,000 square-foot building has a large teaching auditorium as well as a public space for a wide range of events. The third floor is home to the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, and you'll find faculty offices for Asian and African languages. In 2011, over 200 students earned bachelor's degrees in language fields.
Pugh Hall sits between Dauer and Newell Halls in the historic section of UF's campus.