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Purcell Hall

Built in 1969, Purcell Hall is named for Piedmont alumnus Dr. Claude Purcell (’30), former Georgia State School Superintendent, and his wife, Merle. Purcell Hall is a coed residence hall for freshmen and sophomores.  Each suite includes a pair of two-student rooms with a shared bath. There are common rooms and a game room, as well as a large laundry room. Purcell Hall is located next to the Mize Athletic Center as well as the athletic fields and is a popular choice for first-year students who play sports.  


Purcell Hall comes ready with two twin beds, a refrigerator, wire shelving, and two desks. The residents share a bathroom with two other students, and the bathroom is equipped with two sinks, a shower, and a toilet. FULL FLOORPLAN