Mullins Hall

Mullins Hall

Mullins Hall

In 1926, the seminary finished construction of Mullins Hall to help meet the need for student housing. The designation “Mullins Hall” refers both to the entire student housing complex and to one of the individual units within it. It consists of five dormitories for single students, each of which was originally named for the early faculty members: Manly, Broadus, Williams, Boyce, and Whitsitt. Originally referred to as “New York Hall” during the construction process, the seminary trustees named the complex in honor of president E. Y. Mullins in the year of its completion. The original Boyce Hall and Broadus Hall dormitories are now named Mullins Hall and Sampey Hall, respectively. In 2014, the seminary completed an extensive renovation of the Mullins Hall complex, re-dedicating it as the primary residence for Boyce College students.

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