Campus Tour — Drumlin Hall

Drumlin Hall

Drumlin Hall

Drumlin Hall, with its panoramic views of the County, houses the Louis Greenspan cafeteria, which seats 800.

Every week during the semester, student clubs present musical events, poetry readings, dance programs, and many other events in the cafeteria. Drumlin, built in 1976, is the central meeting place for many of DCC's students.

The building also houses smaller conference and dining rooms, including the Handel Conference and Dining Room.

The College is built on a glacier outcropping which, as it melted, left sediment that formed the hill on which the College is situated. The name for that sediment hill is a “Drumlin,” hence the name of this building.

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