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Year Built Description Departments/Programs Facts
Modify   41 Apartment Complex Apartment Complex (Residence) CMPLX 36.28137
1982 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-Up, Laundry Facility, Meal Plan, and Telephone Access
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Apartment Complex, with normal capacity for 200 persons (including Midgett and Sloan Halls) was completed in 1982. It contains six 2-story structures and two one-story buildings, the latter housing administrative functions and service facilities for residents. All structures are accessible to the handicap.
Modify   44 Mamie Bedell Hall Bedell Hall 36.28212
1969 Dining Hall
The Take-Out section (located on the side next to Ridley Hall) is open at the Bedell Hall Cafeteria. Meal Prices (including tax) and meal times are as follows:
Breakfast: 7:30 am to 9 am
Brunch: 10 am to 1 pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Lunch: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm (Monday through Friday)
Dinner: 4:30 to 7:30 (Monday through Friday & 4:30 to 6:30 Saturday & Sunday)
Elizabeth City State University Dining Hall Bedell Hall, hexagonal-shaped, air-conditioned cafeteria capable of serving over 2,000, was completed in 1969, renovated in 1986, and named for Mamie Bedell (1909 - 1971), former Food Service supervisor. It has various kiosk style eating areas including refrigeration and storage rooms, bakeries, offices, employees’ dining area; and it is accessible to the handicapped.
Modify   31 Building 36.284446
Small white building Northeast side of campus
Modify   54 John Henry Manning Butler Hall Butler Hall (Residence) BUTLR 36.283861
1924 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-Up, Key Card Access, Laundry Facility, Meal Plan, and Telephone Access.
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Butler Hall, a historic 3-story residence hall was erected in 1924, had a 1939 addition, and was renovated in 1983 and 1994. Named for John Henry Manning Butler (18__-1944), second teacher at ECSU, it is handicapped accessible and contains a director's apartment.
Modify   58 Clarence Walton Griffin Hall C. W. Griffin Center GH 36.279456
1981 Director of Teacher Education Office, Elizabeth City State University Laboratory School, Viking Fellows Program, University-School Teacher Education Partnership, 2+2 Teacher Preparation Partnership Program Griffin Hall (constructed 1981 as addition to the Early Childhood Center and formerly entitled Education/Psychology Building) is a large, one-story, air-conditioned structure named for Clarence Walton Griffin (1912- ), former Trustee Chairman. Features include provisions for solar heating. It contains classrooms, offices, storage area, student workrooms, observation areas, learning laboratories, seminar/conference rooms, and learning booths. The Curriculum Materials Center is also housed here. The building is completely accessible to and has provisions for the disabled.
Modify   11 Cardwell-Hoffler Student Health Services Building Cardwell-Hoffler Infirmary 36.28378
1952 Student Health Services is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Physician hours are 10:00am - 4:00pm, Monday through Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Thursday's, and 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on Fridays. Physician hours for the summer will be announced. Should a student suffer an injury or become seriously ill on campus when Student Health Services is closed, he/she should notify the Residence Director or Campus Police at (252) 335-3266. Please call 911 to activate the local emergency management system for emergencies. Cardwell-Hoffler Student Health Services Building was erected 1952, renovated 1973, and named for the former university physicians, George Washington Cardwell (1872 - 1942) and Ernest Linwood Hoffler (1883 - 1963), a former trustee. The one-story, air-conditioned building has treatment areas, a security vault, and is accessible to the handicapped. It also has an exercise room and houses the Health Careers programs.
Modify   23 Central Utility Plant 36.281637
2004 Central Utility Plant, on line Fall 2004 and a ‘first’ for ECSU, is a 9,706-square foot facility located behind Vaughan Center, with a pond before it. The Plant consolidates mechanical systems of a majority of the campus via an underground, piped, continuous utility system capable of supporting 25 buildings over the next 15 years.
Modify   42 Commuter Center Commuter Center CC 36.282166
Bowling Alley Commuter Center/Bowling Alley is a one-story air-conditioned brick structure with interior re-design improving recreational facilities for all students. It is accessible to the handicapped and, besides a snack area, contains six bowling lanes; areas for ball and shoe rentals and for pool tables; and a video game room. The center was opened in 1991.
Modify   24 McDonald Dixon and Bishop M. Patterson Hall Dixon Patterson Hall DPH 36.2787
1977 The Department of Technology
Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER)
Dixon-Patterson Hall erected 1977, air-conditioned, 2-story and named for McDonald Dixon (1898-1984), former Trustee Chairman and named for Bishop Patterson former Industrial Technology Chairman, contains classrooms/labs including those for robotics, mechanical technology, manufacturing, computer networking, electronics, and offices for the Technology Department. It also houses the campus Office of Design and Construction, Special Programs personnel, and CERSER (Center of Excellence in Remote-Sensing Education and Research). CERSER and GEMS resources have many close ties benefiting students and this area of the state. With its elevator, the building is completely accessible to the handicapped.
Modify   48 Rev. John Thomas and Mary Deloatch Doles Hall Doles Hall (Residence) DOLES 36.281986
1956 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Internet Hook-Up, Key Card Access, Laundry Facility, Meal Plan, and Telephone Access.
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Doles Hall, 3-story residence hall with normal capacity of 72, houses women. Erected 1956, it is named for the Rev. John Thomas Doles (1873-1948) and the late Mrs. Mary Deloatch Doles, former faculty members. Some campus telephone equipment is housed in this building.
Modify   53 Evelyn Adelaide Johnson Hall E. A. Johnson Hall JH 36.283966
1966 Department of Language, Department of Literature and Communication, Honors Program Johnson Hall, 2-story, air-conditioned classroom building, erected 1966 and completely renovated 1988, 2005. It houses offices, class and conference rooms and darkroom complex serving the Department of Language, Literature and Communication, along with offices of the Social Work and University Honors programs, as well as headquarters for The Compass (student newspaper). There is an elevator and provisions for the handicapped. It is named for Evelyn Adelaide Johnson (1909-1995), long-term Faculty member who was Chairman of the Fine Arts Department (now the Departments of Music and Art); Director of the University Choir; author of ECSU’s history (1980); and first Professor Emerita of the institution headquarters for The Compass (student newspaper). There is an elevator and provisions for t
Modify   57 Elmer Vanray Wilkins Academic Computing Center E. V. Wilkins Academic Computing Center WC 36.282512
1985 Mathematics and Computers Science; Umfort Logus Cluster Computer Lab E. V. Wilkins Academic Computing Center (1985) has offices, computer laboratory, storage and vending areas. It is completely accessible to and has provisions for the handicapped. It is named for the Honorable Elmer Vanray Wilkins (1911- 2002), former Trustee Chairman and Mayor of the town of Roper.
Modify   40 Willie and Jacqueline Gilchrist Education and Psychology Complex Education and Psychology Complex WJGC 36.27624
2011 School of Education and Psychology; Graduate Education The Willie and Jacqueline Gilchrist Education and Psychology Complex, an $18. 7 million dollar facility contains 53 faculty offices, including the Dean's (School of Education and Psychology) suite, education and psychology chairs and endowed chair offices, two faculty lounges, three conference rooms, 15 classrooms, one computer laboratory, 1 curriculum laboratory, 14 classrooms and three conference rooms. Green features include occupancy-controlled lighting. Four LCD monitors were placed in the building to display general student information and emergency messages.
Modify   63 Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center Fine Arts Center FAC 36.27787
2000 Arts and Humanities The Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center (1999) is a 2-story, 55,500 square ft, air-conditioned building. The classroom portion, housing the Music and Art Departments, has labs, offices including Office of the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, studios, ensemble rooms, and restrooms. The band room’s name was transferred from Williams Hall and commemorates James Arthur Clark (1890 - 1979), the first bandmaster at the institution, and honors his wife, Nettie Beverly Clark ‘40, dedicated supporter of his efforts. The original dedication took place March 3, 1987.
Modify   18 George Rose Little Library G. R. Little Library LB 36.28478
1966 Fall and Spring Semesters Monday-Thursday 7:30 am - 11:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm Saturday - 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday - 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm Summer School Sessions Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m Closed Sundays G.R. Little Library, air-conditioned, 2-story building, erected 1966 to replace the 1939 structure which the collections outgrew, is named for George Roscoe Little, Sr. (1873-1954), former Trustee Chairman. Renovations of the 1966 structure and were completed in 1978, with renovations thereof in 1982 and 1988. Besides stacks and circulation/reading areas, it contains study cubicles, offices and work spaces, display areas, and a 140-seat auditorium. It has facilities to provide local CATV programming. With an elevator, the building is completely accessible to the handicapped; there are also provisions for the handicapped. A separate area contains documents of the University Records Center, protected by a fire suppression system.
Modify   26 Generator Building 36.28294
Modify   30 Harold Leonard Trigg Building H. L. Trigg Building HLT 36.28464
1939 Faculty Offices H. L. Trigg Building (1939; addition 1969) was built as the institution’s library. It later served as original site of the University Archives (1971), then as the Student Union, and next for administrative operations including the Chancellor’s complex. Thus it was once called “old Thorpe Hall” before being named for Harold Leonard Trigg (1893-1978), third President. Trigg currently houses offices for faculty and staff through the university.
Modify   46 Housing Complex (Housing Office) 36.28153
Modify   37 Honorable Hugh Cale Hall Hugh Cale Hall (Residence) HUGHC 36.28199
1956 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Key Card Access, Laundry Facility, Meal Plan, and Telephone Access.
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Hugh Cale Hall, 3-story residence hall normally housing 36 students, was erected 1956, renovated 1984, and named for the Honorable Hugh Cale (1835-1910), Black legislator who introduced the Bill establishing the University.
Modify   21 Information Technology Center ITC 36.27869
2000 Use of the ITC computer labs is open to all students, faculty, and staff at Elizabeth City State University. Computers are accessed with your ECSU ID. The service is provided at no additional cost. The purpose is to provide a public access lab in a safe and comfortable environment that meets the computing needs of the Elizabeth City State University community. Spring and Fall Open Sunday at 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Friday at 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Saturday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed for Spring Break and ALL Holidays Summer Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. Abbreviated Final Exam Week Schedule Sunday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:0 Information Technology Center (2000) is a 2-story air- conditioned, L-shaped structure, which houses the administrative spaces for Information Technology, Academic Computing, Administrative Computing, Center for Teaching Excellence, Distance Education/Virtual College, interactive Video Services, and Network Services. The facility has five computer labs that are also used for instruction. A faculty Demonstration and Discovery lab; a lecture hall with ceiling-mounted projection integrated with a computer, VCR, and DVD player; computer operations room; student lounge; a video conference room; and two tele- classrooms are present. With an elevator, it is accessible to and has provisions for the handicapped.
Modify   50 Isabel Isabel 886224 rUKMTTSwzF
1985 Could you ask her to call me? amoxicillin 500mg treats In Harare's Mbare township, dozens of ZANU-PF supporters ran through the streets shouting party slogans and singing. But the reaction was largely subdued in most of the capital which had been an MDC fiefdom since 2000. Could you ask her to call me? amoxicillin 500mg treats In Harare's Mbare township, dozens of ZANU-PF supporters ran through the streets shouting party slogans and singing. But the reaction was largely subdued in most of the capital which had been an MDC fiefdom since 2000. Could you ask her to call me? amoxicillin 500mg treats In Harare's Mbare township, dozens of ZANU-PF supporters ran through the streets shouting party slogans and singing. But the reaction was largely subdued in most of the capital which had been an MDC fiefdom since 2000.
Modify   28 Jimmy R. Jenkins Sr. Science Center Jenkins Science Center JSC 36.28462
1990 Department of Chemistry and Physics, Department of Geological, Environmental and Marine Sciences The Jimmy R Jenkins Science Center had ground breaking ceremonies June 14, 1988 and was first utilized upon the January 23, 1990 visit to its Planetarium by Governor James G. Martin. Named for Dr. Jimmy Raymond Jenkins (1943-) ‘65, 2nd Chancellor and Chancellor Emeritus, it houses the Office of the Dean of the School of Mathematics, Science and Technology and brings together the central teaching facilities of the Departments of Biology, Geological, Environmental and Marine Sciences, and Chemistry and Physics. Ranging from one to four stories, its suspended stairway adds to its attractiveness. It has small animal housing; teaching, research and instrumentation laboratories (a safety shower included); student and faculty lounges; seminar; lecture and reading rooms; and computer laboratory.
Modify   36 Kermit E. White Graduate and Continuing Education Center Kermit E. White Graduate Center KEW 36.274781
1982 K.E. White Graduate And Continuing Education Center, was named for Kermit E. White (1917-1997), a prominent Elizabeth City dentist and civic leader who served on ECSU's Board of Trustees from 1967-1986. The air conditioned, one story, 20,870 square feet building erected in 1982 currently houses the Office of Graduate Studies, Office of Alumni Relations, Community Development, and the Small Business and Technology Development Center. The K.E. White Graduate Center can be rented for events such as conventions, conferences, wedding receptions, reunions, etc and can accommodate up to 450 people.
Modify   1 Frances Lane Bias Hall Lane Hall LA 36.284122
1910 Mathematics & Computer Science
Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER)
Lane Hall, erected 1910 and in its original state believed to be the oldest building on campus, once housed all academic and administrative operations of the institution. Modified to become a cafeteria, following new frontage, 1961 renovations improved operational areas for food service while 1973 renovations and air- conditioning converted usage to classrooms, laboratories, offices, and a copy center. Renovations in 1985 under girded Geosciences (since relocated). The second story rear of the building once held the “Quarterdeck,” first an employee apartment then a small residence for men. The building is named for Frances Lane Bias (1882-1943), wife of the second president. The rear addition was razed and the entire structure rebuilt in 2007.
Modify   45 Aurelius P. Lester Hall Lester Hall LH 36.284276
1952 Elizabeth City State University Book Rental, Upward Bound Program, Mathematics & Computer Science Lester Hall, 2-story, air-conditioned building with lecture rooms, classrooms, laboratories, darkroom, and offices is the former home of most campus science instruction. It was erected 1952, renovated 1973, 1985 and 2002. It currently houses the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and is named for Aurelius P. Lester (1895-1980), former faculty member and registrar.
Modify   33 Lucille M. McLendon Hall McLendon Hall MCLH 36.28004
1981 School of Education and Psychology, Dean's office Mclendon Hall(1981) was formerly designated the Early Childhood Education Center. Named for the late Lucille M. McLendon, former Teacher-Training Supervisor, it houses classrooms and an electronic classroom, Faculty offices, lounges, and facilities for the University’s Laboratory School (including reading pits and kitchen). There is storage area, and it houses the Office of the Dean of the School of Education and Psychology. Basically an air-conditioned one-story building, there is a second-floor observation deck for the Nursery/Kindergarten area. The facility is completed with an adjacent, fenced playground area. There are provisions for and complete accessibility to the handicapped.
Modify   56 Melvyn N. and Vonda Reed Riley Wellness Center Melvyn N. and Vonda Reed Riley Wellness Center 36.28246
2000 Melvyn N. And Vonda Reed Riley Wellness Center, A Wellness and Fitness Center (completed Winter 2000), is a major addition to Vaughan Center. It is an 80' x 80' multi-level area for exercise physiology. Handicapped accessible and air-conditioned, it also contains two racquetball courts, a biomechanics laboratory, classrooms, and support spaces such as conference and storage rooms plus shower/dressing facilities.
Modify   62 Mitchell-Lewis Hall (Residence) Mitchell-Lewis Hall (Residence) 36.28169
1969 Residence Mitchell-Lewis Hall, 3-story residence hall originally designed for 176 women, was erected 1969, renovated 1987, and named for Edna Harris Mitchell ‘17 (1901-1963) and Eva Jane Lewis (1884-1946), former Faculty members. The building was renovated in 2006 and 2007 which added air conditioning.
Modify   20 Moore Hall MH 36.28448
1922 Department of History and Political Science, Department of Criminal Justice, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Department of General Studies, General Education Tutorial Service, Academic Support Center, First-Year Experience Moore Hall, air-conditioned 2-story structure, was erected 1922 and an addition built in 1939, with funds from the Federal Works Agency of the Public Works Administration. Further renovations and/or interior modifications have recurred (1961, et seq.) with 1988 providing a completely renovated building. It houses a portion of the Social Sciences Department and the Division of General Studies as well as areas monitoring Institutional Effectiveness, Planning, Outreach, and Enrollment Management. The building’s auditorium is equipped with dressing and projection rooms, movie screen, 3-manual organ, and facility to provide local CATV programming. With an elevator, it has provisions for and complete accessibility to the handicapped.
Modify   47 New Dormitory (U/C) 36.28275
Modify   51 Pharmacy Complex PHARC 36.28369
2010 School of Pharmacy The Pharmacy Complex (2010) is a $26 million, glass and steel structure, located near the Jenkins Science Center. The facility has three stories and 52,500 square feet of classroom, laboratory and office space. The university's Drug Information Center shares the first floor with undergraduate labs, while the second and third floors are dedicated primarily to the doctor of pharmacy program, including classrooms, IV simulation and compounding labs and faculty research labs. ECSU's partnership with UNC-Chapel Hill's Eshelman School of Pharmacy was launched in 2005 to help alleviate the shortage of pharmacists in northeastern North Carolina. Through the partnership, students at ECSU are instructed "virtually" by professors at the UNC Eshelman School whose lectures are transmitted in real-time.
Modify   15 Thomas L. Caldwell Physical Education Center and Field House Physical Education Center and Field House TLCF 36.28387
2003 Thomas L. Caldwell Physical Education Center And Field House was completed (2003) at the east end of Roebuck Stadium with a small parking area, and had a brief formal opening ceremony. The attractive 10,000 square foot structure includes faculty and coach’s offices plus classrooms, storage area, a weight room, and shower, locker, and bathroom facilities.
Modify   49 Principal's House Principal's House 36.28448
1923 Educational Talent Search Historic 2-story, wooden former residence for every CEO of ECSU and their families except Drs. Moore, Burnim, and Gilchrist. Constructed 1923 and known also as the “Vice Principal’s Residence,” since it was first occupied by –then Vice Principal Bias, it was renovated (1992) for its current usage and was renovated again (2004) via a matched State Historic Preservation grant.
Modify   32 Walter N. & Henrietta B. Ridley Student Center Ridley Student Center 36.28246
2004 Student Life, Student Activities, Campus Recreation, Clubs and Organization, Student Government Association, Greek Affairs, Theater, Multi-purpose Room, ECSU Bookstore, Study Room, Meeting Rooms, Walter N & Henrietta B. Ridley Student Complex, Named for Dr. Walter Nathaniel Ridley (1910 - 1966), fifth President and third President Emeritus and Mrs. Henrietta Bonaparte Ridley (1910-), former First Lady and dedicated Student Union advisor is comprised of a two story 34,800-square foot building constructed in 2004. The two story building (Ridley Student Center) houses Student Life Student Activities, Commuter Services, Student Leadership Academy, Campus Recreation, Student Government Association, University Information Desk, Bookstore, The Mary Albritton Douglas Auditorium, and student clubs and organizations.
Modify   35 Walter N. and Henrietta B. Ridley University Center Ridley University Center NSU 36.28194
1969 Campus Post Office, Blue Room-Faculty Dining Room A one story 14,300-square foot building constructed in 1969.
Modify   13 James Samuel Roebuck Stadium Roebuck Stadium RS 36.28292
1982 Roebuck Stadium (completed 1982) was dedicated May 10, 1981, in honor of philanthropy by Carrie Manning (1943-1981) and James Samuel Roebuck (1923-), the latter a Trustee Emeritus. Its permanent seating capacity is approximately 3,500. It also contains a 440-yard perma-weather track with 8 lanes; a press box and ticket booths, concession, parking, and storage areas; and restroom facilities. Installation of lights for night events (1987) was a major enhancement.
Modify   59 ROTC Classroom 36.28239
Modify   22 Symera Raynor Moore Hall Symera Hall (Residence) 36.284353
1912 Residence Hall (INACTIVE) Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Symera Hall, erected 1912, is a 3-story building believed to be the second oldest campus structure. Originally for women students, its normal capacity was 99 persons before going out of service. It was rebuilt in 1949 following destruction by a hurricane, then had several renovations. Symera and Lane Halls are connected by a small area formerly known as the “Captain’s Cabin,” then a Faculty dining area. The building is named for Symera Raynor Moore (1860-1922), wife of the first President.
Modify   25 Telecommunications Center TC 36.284114
1923 The Telecommunications Building (successively ECSU’s first Laundry, then “Pirate’s Den,” followed by “Lighthouse,” Publications Building, “Gallery,” “Students Services,” Student Affairs and Campus Security Headquarters) now houses offices and studios for the campus television station (Channels 18/22). Erected 1923, various renovations accompanied revised building usage. It has provisions for and complete accessibility tot he handicapped. A KU-Band satellite dish, installed March 1, 1987, was destroyed by hurricane Isabel. A new satellite dish (also KU-Band) was installed April 1, 2004.
Modify   64 Thomas-Jenkins Police Station Thomas-Jenkins Building/Campus Police 36.279686
1977 Air-conditioned and single-story, with provisions for the handicapped, the Thomas-Jenkins Building is the Physical Plant and Police Department headquarters and also contains the Recycling Office. The building has offices and shops; general and specialized storage rooms; locker and key rooms; a file room and records vault; a kitchenette and identification room. It has access to the DCI network; a radio tower; and a fenced area providing vehicle protection. A Warehouse-Storage Annex, completely accessible to the handicapped, was completed in 1983. Small additional storage facilities were added in 1989. Named for Harvey Loyal Thomas (1922- 2001), once Dean of Men and former long-term Director of the Physical Plant; and Charles Jackson Jenkins (1869-1943), first “Engineer” and former Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Modify   52 Marion D. Thorpe, SR. Administration Building Thorpe Administration Building 36.277913
1987 Office of Admissions, Cashier's Office, Office of the Chancellor, Student Accounts, Human Resources, Institutional Advancement, Office of Financial Aid, Registrar's Marion D. Thorpe Sr. Administration Building (1987) is a 3-story air-conditioned office structure named for Dr. Marion Dennis Thorpe (1932-1983), sixth President and first Chancellor. It houses complexes for the Chancellor, all Vice Chancellors, Registrar, Admissions, Financial Aid, Alumni and Cashier. Provisions for and complete accessibility for the handicapped, an elevator, file rooms, vending area, vaults, a darkroom, programming and exhibit areas, lounges, and conference and storage rooms round out its appurtenances. Mechanical equipment is computer-controlled, pending on-line status for the Central Utility Plant. The adjacent parking area was expanded in 1989.
Modify   29 University Suites University Suites (Residence) UNISU 36.282883
2004 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-up, Key Card Access, Laundry Facilities, Mailboxes, Meal Plan, Computer Room, and Telephone Access
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing This state of the art modern residence hall was opened during the Fall Semester 2004. This housing complex is a three-story building with suite style rooms that includes single & double bed rooms, housing 196 students.
Modify   34 University Tower University Tower (Residence) UNITO 36.28033
1993 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-Up Key Card Access, Laundry Facility, Mail Box, and Telephone Access.
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Erected in 1993, University Tower is a four-story housing 200 students.
Modify   55 Robert L. Vaughan Center Vaughan Center VC 36.28237
1969 Department of Health and Physical Education R. L. Vaughan Center, an air-conditioned 2-story building, was constructed in two phases - 1969 (swimming pool portion; renovated 1986); and its large addition (1977), both completely accessible to and having provisions for the handicapped. The complex houses the Department of Physical Education and Health and Athletic Director. It contains classrooms, dance and exercise studios, and offices. There are rooms for laundry, drying, and supplies; training, first aid, therapy, weight, and gymnastics; lockers and showers; and equipment and storage. There are also two trackball and handball courts; a library; physical development laboratories; Olympic-size swimming pool with an observation deck; a gymnasium seating 4,500; public restrooms, spacious lounge area; exhibit and 2nd floor game areas; a
Modify   14 Viking Village Viking Village (Residence) VIKVI 36.279504
2004 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-Up, Key Card Access, Laundry Facilities,
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Viking Village, is a 159,478-square foot student housing complex with 350 beds. It offers an alternative living environment for ECSU students, the 3-story building is on the south side of Weeksville Road, across from the main campus entrance. The “Village” has a laundry facility, a meeting room, vending and maintenance areas, office, a full sprinkler system, and two elevators. The large structure will have 175 spaces, sidewalks and landscaping. This building is owned by the ECSU Foundation and managed by ECSU.
Modify   39 Timothy H. Wamack Hall Wamack Hall (Residence) WAMCK 36.28375
1969 Residence Hall
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cable, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Hook-Up, Key Card Access, Laundry Facility, Meal Plan, and Telephone Access
Elizabeth City State University Student Housing Wamack Hall, 3-story residence building with normal capacity for 124 students, was erected 1969, renovated 1981, and named for Timothy Hiram Wamack (1915-1972), former faculty member. It has a director’s apartment among other residence hall appurtenances.
Modify   43 Dr. Sidney David Williams Hall Williams Hall WH 36.2828
1949 Department of Accounting, Department of Business Administration, Office of the Dean, Small Business & Technology Department Center Williams Hall, 2-story complex (1949) with added wings in 1951 for Physical Education and Fine Arts instruction, plus a Home Economics area. The Laboratory Nursery/Kindergarten was formerly housed here. Renovated several times, it formerly housed the Music Department. With 2003 - 2004 rehabilitation and modernization, the 36,000-square foot facility has become the new home of the School of Business and Economics and continues to house the operations of WRVS-FM radio. With all new finishes and furnishings, a new elevator, and facilities for the disabled, it also has some revisions of its exterior design, modernized electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems. It also houses the renovated intramural gymnasium along with offices and locker rooms for the Physical Education program.