Garland Hall

Building Description:

Garland Hall, the primary administrative building on campus, houses the Office of the President, Student Financial Services, the Registrar, Student Accounts, and Academic Advising, as well as the Career and Counseling centers. The building is named in honor of Charles S. Garland, a trustee of the university from 1946 to 1971 and chairman of the board from 1958 to 1968. Although a partner in the Baltimore investment banking firm of Alex. Brown and Sons, Garland was also a notable tennis player and became the first American to win at Wimbledon when he and R. Norris Williams II took the doubles championship in 1920.

Accessibility Features:

  • Average Restroom Lighting Survey score: 3.7 out of 5
  • At least one ADA compliant restroom
  • Publicly-accessible All Gender/Unisex Single-stall Restroom (B76/T001A, 302)