Carmichael Hall

Carmichael Hall

*Fall 2019: Under construction*

Carmichael Hall is behind the library past the landscaped Tennet Gardens and gazebo. It is adjacent to Reynolds Green and Whitesides Hall. 

Academics

Accessibility 

Entrances 

  • The main accessible entrance is off of A.C. Reynold's Green facing New Hall and is equipped with an automatic door. 
  • The second accessible entrance faces the Humanities Lecture Hall and has two automatic doors. 
  • The elevator is in the main hallway to the right when entering from the A.C. Reynold's Green.

Parking 

There are 4 accessible spaces in lot P27 at the end of Theater Lane. 

Restrooms 

The accessible restrooms are on the first floor in the east wing near the elevator.

Navigating Access to Campus 

To return to the campus quad stay on the pathway adjacent to the building and continue to the accessible ramp between Zeis and Ramsey Library that leads to the center of campus. 

History

Constructed in 1966, Carmichael Hall was named after Dr. Oliver Cromwell Carmichael, former chairman of North Carolina’s Board of Higher Education. Carmichael Hall has been in continuous use since its opening and will undergo renovations beginning in spring 2018 through funding from the Connect NC Bond, which passed in March 2016.