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Pickering Hall

Main Building Image
Photo of Pickering Hall, located on South Green
#71

Building Type:
Residence Hall

Campus Green:
South Green

Grid Map Square:
K-5

Current Use

Pickering Hall is located in the South Green, coordinates K-5 on the campus map. It is marked as #71 on the map.

Pickering Hall is a residence hall.

Residence Services provides more detailed information online.

History

Built in 1965, and opened in the fall of1966,the residence hall originally housed 271 students.

Thomas Pickering

Pickering Hall was named in honor of Colonel Thomas Pickering, a Revolutionary War soldier. He was one of the founders of the Newburgh Plan to the Continental Congress in 1783. Many of the ideas in the Plan were later incorporated in the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, including the provision for schools and education in the Ohio Territory.

Location

28 N. McKinley Ave., Athens, OH 45701 (Directions)


The South Green

The South Green on Ohio University's Athens campus.

South Green is composed of residence halls and a dining hall. Notable buildings on this green include Nelson Commons, Carr Hall, Sowle Hall and Brown Hall.

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