Moton Hall

Moton Hall, completed in 1964, was named in honor of Dr. Robert Moton, the former Hampton administrator and successor to our most illustrious alumnus, Booker T. Washington, who became President of Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. This building is equipped with central air, kitchenette, study room and a TV lounge.

Capacity: 177
Number of Floors: Four
Air Conditioning/Heating
Rooms feature: Extended twin beds, desks, closets, chest of drawers for each resident and a shared mirror.

Director: Annie Wilkins

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