Structural History of UT Martin

Name(s) of Buildings: C-D Dormitory; Peay Hall

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Construction Dates: 1965-1966

Cost: $1,709,623

Brief History:

Construction of a dormitory building similar to McCord Hall was initiated in spring of 1965 and completed prior to the fall term of the following year. It was designed on the double-Y pattern as well and housed 528 students. First called the C-D Dormitory, it was officially renamed Austin Peay Hall on April 17, 1969, in honor of Governor Austin Peay. The structure continues to serve as a dormitory today.

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