Humanities Building

Humanities Building

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Oldest, most distinct building on campus, purchased from the Garrett Family.
Lots of nooks and crannies for studying, not to mention rocking chairs for relaxing on the porch!
First building located on the Evergreen campus (1922).
Houses the Humanities department (Departments of Classics, English, History, Philosophy, Theology, and Writing) the Undergraduate Admissions Office and the Office of Financial Aid.
The Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ) has a significant role on our campus. This office organizes a community service fair each fall, with representatives advertising the many service opportunities in which students can participate on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
The Office of International Programs is also located here.
The President's office overlooks the Academic quad.


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