Campus Tour — Dutchess Hall

Dutchess Hall

Dutchess Hall

Dutchess Hall, in the middle of campus adjacent to Drumlin Hall and built in 1963, is the College's center for student activities.

This building contains the Office of Student Activities, the Student Government Association Office (currently there are 30 student-run clubs on campus), the Music Department, the Francis U. Ritz Lounge, the Quiet Lounge, and the James and Betty Hall Theatre.

Every semester, the Theatre presents student theatrical and musical performances, as well as lectures and presentation by well-known speakers and performers.

Dutchess Hall also contains classrooms, music practice rooms, and faculty offices for the Department of Performing, Visual Arts and Communications. In addition, the building houses the College Bookstore, which offers textbooks, educational supplies, and selected merchandise.

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