Simpson Hall

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Simpson Hall was completed in 1961 and had the capacity of fifty-six female students.

The residence hall is named for Dr. L. K. Simpson, former principal of the academy.

Simpson Hall is connected to Howard Hall by a long hallway and shares the laundry facility with them. Simpson Hall is located behind Howard Hall and Turner Chapel.

The rooms in this residence hall are suite-style, with two rooms adjoined by a shared bathroom. The room floor is 17 x 11 feet, has regular twin mattresses, and has blinds that measure 49 inches. Each room has two sets of blinds that cover one long window that measures 100 inches. Like all female residence halls, this residence hall has magnetic locks on the exterior doors with prop alarms for the safety of the residents.

The rooms come equipped with a sink, two desks, two beds, two closets, and two dressers.

Dorm room.

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