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See also individual buildings. Additional information can be found in The Guidon, and in The News and Courier (November 13, 1955, p. 16A; March 21, 1955; June 1, 1957, p. 5A, and especially May 29, 1964, with four special sections devoted to The Citadel).
Alumni Hall 1922-1991. Replaced by Grimsley.
Bond Hall 1939. Extensively renovated in 1993. Administrative offices, computer center (ITS). Business administration is its only academic department.
--Bond Hall East Wing 1922. Extensively renovated in 1993.
--Bond Hall West Wing 1922-1970. Replaced by Duckett Hall.
Byrd Hall 1969. Chemistry.
Capers Hall 1951. English, history, political science, psychology, education, mathematics, and modern languages.
Coward Hall (old) 1939-1991. Old Mess Hall. Watts barracks is now at this location.
Coward Hall (new) 1991. Mess Hall.
Daniel Library 1960.
Deas Hall 1976. Physical Education.
Duckett Hall 1971. Biology. Replaced the Bond Hall West Wing.
Grimsley Hall 1991. Physics and Electrical Enginering. Replaced Alumni.
Hollings 2004. Padgett-Thomas Barracks (new) were rededicated to Sen. Ernest F. Hollings on September 24, 2004.
Jenkins Hall 1964. Military Science.
Law Barracks 1939; rebuilt 2007.
LeTellier Hall 1937. Extensively renovated 1989. Civil Engineering.
Mark Clark Hall 1957. Student center, gift shop, etc.
Mary B. Murray Memorial Infirmary (hospital) 1922.
McAlister Field House 1939 (formerly called The Armory). Auditorium and Gymnasium.
Murray Barracks (old) 1929-1996.
Murray Barracks (new) 1999.
Padgett-Thomas Barracks (old) 1922-2001.
Padgett-Thomas Barracks (new) 2004.
Seignious Hall 1984. Athletic Department.
Stevens Barracks 1942.
Summerall Chapel 1937.
Thomas Dry Howie Memorial Carillon and Tower 1954.
Thompson Hall 1938-1999. Renovated and reopened 2001.
Vandiver Hall 1991. Athletic Department.
Watts Barracks 1996.