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Carnegie Hall

Welcome to Carnegie Hall

Carnegie has been home to first-year women for over 100 years. Built in 1908, Carnegie Hall is the oldest residence hall on Erskine’s campus. Carnegie is named for famed philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who donated $10,000 to Due West Woman’s College to build the hall. Each room is unique! Large windows provide picturesque views of the Circle and Robinson Field. Students enjoy relaxing on the porch swing, playing board games in the lobby, or cooking a tasty late-night meal in the shared kitchen.

Overview

  • Wi-Fi and ethernet internet connections
  • Shared kitchen with oven, refrigerator, microwave, and other appliances
  • Laundry cost included in tuition fees
  • Drink and snack vending machines
  • Community-style bathrooms

Showroom Photos

Residence Life

Virtual Tour

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