Cooke Hall

Cooke Hall

Cooke Hall

In 1970, the Seminary built Cooke Hall in order to house the school of Church music. Cooke Hall, which is attached to Alumni Chapel, provides offices, classrooms, a recital hall, and practice rooms for the school. It was named after trustee V. V. Cooke, who purchased the seminary’s first music building, which now serves as the President’s home. Cooke Hall was enlarged in 1985.

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