Ezell Hall

Ezell Hall

Ezell Hall

  • Graduate Programs
  • Education Department Administration

Originally the College infirmary, Ezell Hall fits perfectly between the bookends of Kuhn and Carmichael Halls and serves as home base for Converse’s co-ed graduate programs. Ezell was constructed in 1940 and named after its donor, Mr. S. Bryson Ezell, former chairman of the Converse Board of Trustees.

Parking: Public parking is available along Julia Mood Peterkin Drive, off Drayton Avenue.

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