Architecture; Campus Buildings, Housing,
Peirce Hall was built in 1914 and is named after the first Principal Cyrus Peirce, of the first iteration of our school name, Lexington Normal School which opened July 3, 1839. Today Pierce Hall is a residence hall for female students and houses the Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA). Pierce Hall also serves as the campus mailroom and storage area.
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