Carmichael Hall

Carmichael Hall

Carmichael Hall

  • Converse II
  • Copy Center
  • Hartness Auditorium
  • Institutional Research, Assessment and Effectiveness
  • Provost
  • Registrar
  • Department of Education
  • Department of English
  • Department of Languages, Cultures and Literatures
  • Department of History and Politics
  • Department of Religion and Philosophy

Bearing the name of the College’s fourth President, Dr. Oliver C. Carmichael Jr., Carmichael Hall houses the Education, English, History and Politics, Foreign Languages and Literatures, and Religion and Philosophy Departments.  The Converse II office, serving women undergraduate students age 24 and older, is located on the second floor. The Financial Planning and Registrar’s Offices are also located on the second floor. On the ground floor of Carmichael is the newly-renovated Hartness Auditorium, with stunning décor reminiscent of classic Hollywood (inspired by Converse interior design students) and “smart” technology enabling everything from multi-media lectures to movie nights. Carmichael is also home to the Copy Center, the next best thing to having our very own Kinko’s on campus.

On the front lawn near Carmichael is a bronze sculpture of Emily Dickinson, one of the most innovative poets of 19th century American literature, by artist Jane DeDecker.

Parking: Public parking is available along Julia Mood Peterkin Drive, accessible via the front circle and Drayton Avenue.