Texas College To Officially Name New Dorm
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on October 18, 2017 |
Texas College is scheduled to officially name the newly constructed dormitory on campus. The new resident hall will bear the name Gilmore – Hartley Hall, in honor of Bishop Marshall Gilmore and Mr. Bill “B.G.” Hartley for their contributions to the College. The ceremony will take place Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 10:00 A.M. on the Texas College campus, in front of the new resident hall.
The dormitory, itself, is a coeducational living quarters with four floors (1 & 2- Female, 3 & 4 – Male) with nearly 250 beds. The Hall features a quad-suite style to house four students. The suite houses two separate bedrooms, one common area, two bathrooms, and a vanity and sink in each room. Each floor allows access to a computer lab, lounge, and laundry area for student use.
Event: Naming of New Resident Hall
Location: Texas College – New Resident Hall
Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017
Time: 10:00 A.M.
This event is free and open to the public.
About Texas College
Celebrating over 120 years of providing educational opportunities, Texas College is a historical black college founded in 1894, by a group of CME ministers. Our mission, which continues to embody the principles of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, is to ensure that the student body experiences balanced intellectual, psychological, social and spiritual development, aimed at enabling them to become active productive members of society where they live and work. TC is led by its 23rd President Dr. Dwight Fennell. To learn more about Texas College, visit us on the web at www.texascollege.edu. For information regarding planned giving, endowed scholarships and sponsorships, please contact The Office of the President at email@example.com or call 903.593.8311 ext. 2270.
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