Elmira College Campus Map

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1. Hamilton Hall*
2. Fassett Commons*^
3. Cowles Hall*
4. The Office of Admissions, Cowles Hall
5. Mark Twain Study*
6. Gillett Memorial Hall*^
7. Alumni Hall
8. Carnegie Hall*^
9. Kolker Hall^
10. Watson Fine Arts^

11. Harris Hall^
12. McGraw Hall
13. The College Store
14. College Post Office
15. The College Cottages#
16. Anderson Hall#
17. Columbia Hall#
18. Meier Hall#
19. Gannett-Tripp Library^
20. Clarke Health Center

21. Twin Towers#
22. Campus Center
23. Speidel Gymnasium
24. Gibson Theatre
25. Tompkins Hall*#
26. Perry Hall#
27. Admissions and Financial Aid
28. Campus Field
29. Campus Safety
30. Sustainability House

* Sites marked with an asterisk are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
# Dormitory Residence Hall
^ Academic Building

 

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Quarry Farm in the spring time

Quarry Farm*

A gift to the College from Jervis Langdon, Jr., the grand-nephew of Mark Twain and great-grandson of Jervis Langdon, a founding trustee of the College. Mark Twain married Olivia Langdon, an Elmira College student. The farm sits on a hill overlooking the city. Mark Twain did some of his most important writing here.

The three domes of the Murray Athletic Center

Murray Athletic Center

Elmira College also has an off-campus athletic complex, the Murray Athletic Center. Comprised of three geocentric geodesic domes, the MAC is the premier location for all other sports EC offers. The Murray Athletic Center has six squash courts, a media room, and a smart classroom used by our athletic teams for film sessions. The world's first geodesic dome athletic complex, the Murray Athletic Center, is one of the most unique athletic facilities in the Northeast. Located eight miles from the main campus, it features a 3,200 seat hockey arena, a 2,000-seat gymnasium, a 38,000 square-foot field house.

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