Dwight Hall

Dwight Hall houses Weissman Center for Leadership, Miller Worley Center for the Environment, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives, College Archives, and the College's main Academic Computing Center.

Built on the site of the former John Dwight homestead, Dwight Hall was originally called North Hall and was both a residence hall and a classroom space. It later become an art building and remained so until 1971, when new art facilities were constructed.