Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall was known as St. Martin’s Catholic Church until Hampton University purchased it for a male residence hall, when it became known as St. Martin’s Honors Hall. The male residents, during the 1990-1991 academic year, made a proposal to rename the hall a after prominent African American. Therefore, in 1992 the residence hall was renamed in honor of the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall. Beginning in the Fall Semester, 2010, Marshall Hall will house upperclass male students.

Capacity: 60
Number of Floors: Two
Air Conditioning/Heating
Rooms feature: Standard twin beds, desk, wardrobe, and individual mirrors.


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