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Campus Buildings

Dodge Hall

Dodge Hall was a gift of the late William E. Dodge and was completed in 1886. Originally designed as a residence hall for young men, it now serves as the honors residence for young women who exhibit academic excellence

Walls Heritage Hall

A gift from Bishop and Mrs. W. J. Walls, this building was dedicated in February, 1969. It is the institution's center for Negro and African life and literature, and other international studies.
Many exhibits are held in Heritage Hall the latest was the Coffey exhibit
Price Building

Price Memorial Hall

Price Memorial Hall was dedicated at the 1943 Commencement as a monument to Joseph Charles Price the first president and pioneer worker in the development of Livingstone College. Currently it houses administrative offices and classrooms as well as The Cannon-Woodson Learning Resource Center.

Varick Auditorium

Erected in 1962 the Varick Auditorium-Music Building, provides quarters for the Music Department including practice rooms, music library, areas for band and choir, electronic piano labs, classrooms, offices and an auditorium with a seating capacity of 1,250.

This page will be updated again January 12, 1998
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