W. O. Carver Building

W. O. Carver Building (right) and Rankin Hall (left) in the 1940s

W. O. Carver Building

In conjunction with the seminary, the W. O. Carver Building was erected in 1941 to house the Woman’s Missionary Union Training School. It was named in honor of the Training School’s long-time supporter, seminary professor W. O. Carver. The WMUTS later gave the building to the seminary when they merged with the seminary. Now known as “Carver Hall,” the complex now houses seminary offices, male student dormitories, and community gathering areas.

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