The Germack Building

This historic building was named for long-time seminary friend and supporter Hooda Germack (+2003). Constructed from locally quarried stone at the beginning of the 1900s, it is the oldest building on campus, and one of the school's cherished emblems.

Encompassing a spacious 14,517 sq ft, the building functions as a student center, with single student dormitory rooms, guest rooms, common rooms, a solarium, a kitchen and refectory, a laundry, an adjunct faculty office, and the office of the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.

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The Germack Building
The Germack Building
The Germack Building
The Germack Building
The Germack Building
The Germack Building
The Germack Building