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Medgar W. Evers Hall

Medgar W. Evers Hall

Evers Hall houses approximately 245 coed freshmen students. Medgar W. Evers opened the first National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on January 23, 1955. His work encouraged and helped Negroes to vote. Unfortunately, he was assassinated in 1963. Evers Hall was erected in 1968, and has a kitchen, main lounge, laundry room, recreation area, barber shop, second and third floor study lounges and a vending area. Computer and television lines are available in each room. 

Resident Hall Facts

Location Main Campus
Residents Freshman
Building Style Traditional
Residence Floors 3
Building Capacity 245
Approx # Sharing Bath 27
Stay During Breaks No
Carpeted Rooms No
Laundry Yes
Study Lounge Yes
Air Conditioning Yes
Handicap Accessible Yes


Room bed
decorated wall
work desk
full room, bed, storage and desk