Merrill Hall

Merrill Hall was originally constructed in 1912 and was named for Frank Merrill, one of the first home trustees. Merrill Hall is the oldest permanent structure on the Kent Campus, and is the first academic area. In its long history, it has undergone repeated minor changes to adapt it for a continual succession of widely varied academic and administrative uses. The building was extensively altered in 1931, 1969, and 1994.


The following institutions and amenities are available at Merrill Hall:


Merrill Hall is located at 700 Hilltop Drive, Kent, Ohio 44242. (view on Google Maps)