The Arts & Sciences residents of Morrill Hall are an eclectic bunch.
Inside you’ll find Department of Digital Technology & Culture offices, the School of Biological Sciences anatomy lab, the Arts & Sciences Student Ambassadors, and Dean’s Office staff for grant support, safety, communications, fundraising, & recruitment/retention.
Now you know…
- Completed in 1903, it is the fourth oldest building on the Pullman campus. (The first three are Thompson, Stevens, & Murrow.)
- Known as the Chemistry Building during its first years, it was renamed to acknowledge the Morrill Act of 1862, which established many land-grant colleges and universities in the U.S.