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This is the place to check out our facilities. You can learn more about everything from the new Kent Campus Center to the fraternities and sororities on campus. You'll also find information for how to rent our spaces for weddings, parties and meetings. The more you know about our facilities, and Simpson in general, the more you will find to like.


Hillman Hall

The Central Building was completed in 1920 to house administration and classrooms. More…


Kresge Hall

Kresge Hall, located at 604 N C Street, is the oldest and largest residence hall on the Simpson College campus. It was built in 1949, had an addition completed in 1961, and was newly renovated in 2001. Kresge provides living accommodations for 215 first-year students on four floors. More…

Exterior View of Mary Berry

Mary Berry Hall

Mary Berry, originally named as Ladies Hall, was completed in 1891 and served as the college’s women’s dorm before Kresge was built. In 1908, it was remodeled and renamed Mary Berry in memory of Simpson student and daughter of former president Thomas S. Berry who passed away in 1902. More…

Exterior of McNeill Hall

McNeill Hall

McNeill Hall, dedicated in October 1985 and named in honor of Henry H. and Thomas H. McNeill, houses the Business Administration & Economics Departments. More…

Pfeiffer Dinning Hall exterior

Pfeiffer Dining Hall

Constructed in 1954, this new two-story student union was called Annie Merner Pfeiffer Hall. In the summer of 2001, this building was completely renovated. More…

Picken Residence Hall

Picken Hall

Built in 1988, Picken Hall is a co-educational facility housing 94 upper- division students. It is located at 605 N D.Most rooms are set up as two-person suite-style rooms that share a bathroom with the room next door. More…