Giddings Hall (built in 1842) is one of three campus structures built before the Civil War. Originally known as Recitation Hall, legend has it that the student body of 200 was evenly divided when the Civil War broke out. Pro-South students raised the Confederate flag over Recitation Hall after the firing on Fort Sumter. […]
The Chapel is the hub of NEXUS events, chapel services and arts performances.
Classroom space and office space for:
Offices for faculty of the Theatre & Performance Studies Department.
Capacity: 2,500 (Basketball) 1,500 (Volleyball)
Davis-Reid Alumni Gym is used chiefly for Physical Education classes, and intercollegiate basketball and volleyball. It was dedicated in 1926 to replace the gymnasium that had been used since 1893. Inside the cornerstone lies a copper box containing the history of Georgetown College.
The columns of the gym are patterned after […]
Home to the Graves Center for Calling & Career, providing comprehensive career development programming and services for students.
Services available to students include:
individual career advising
round table discussions with employers
In addition to a full collection of web-based resources, the Graves Center houses the Baldwin Career Resource Library, a collection of hundreds of career guidance […]
The President’s residence on Main Street, also known as the Graves House, was built by Harvey C. Graves in 1859 on land purchased from the Georgetown Board of Education. Graves supported the establishment of the college and served as one of its trustees.
The Greek Revival structure was purchased by the college in 1961 and […]