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Butler College
also called composed of numerous structures that were demolished in 2007 in order to clear ground for the construction of new dormitories

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  1. one of the six residential colleges of Princeton University, housing about 500 freshmen and sophomores, as well as a small number of upperclass Residential College Advisors

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  2. scheduled for completion by the fall of 2009

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  3. Butler is temporarily a two-year college, though it is set to become a four-year residential college, paired with the two-year Wilson College, upon the completion of this new housing complex

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  4. In the meantime, Butler undergraduates who wish to remain in a residential college after their sophomore year are permitted to move into nearby Whitman College, which houses students of all four academic classes

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  5. Princeton University: Butler College

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  6. As of the 2007-2008 academic year, students are housed in three buildings: Cuyler Hall, Class of 1915 Hall, and Emma Bloomberg Hall

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