Rogers Hall is located on Landrum Drive (formerly Old Campus Road) across from Landrum Hall on the campus of the College of William and Mary. Construction of the building began on October 22, 1973 and was scheduled for completion on March 25, 1975. The building was constructed by Cocharan Construction Co. and designed by Wright, James, and Wilkerson Architects to house the Chemistry, Philosophy, and Religion Departments. Labs were set up and the building first used by August 25, 1975. William Barton Rogers Hall was dedicated at homecoming that year.
A lecture hall wing was built in 1979-1981. The William George Guy Lecture Hall was dedicated on April 24, 1981. The Religion Department moved into the first floor of Rogers Hall and the Philosophy Department moved out (to the Wren Building) the summer of 1980.
Rogers Hall is currently (2008) being renovated as part of the Integrated Science Center (ISC) construction and renovation project. It is scheduled to be completed in 2009 and will house the remainder of the biology and psychology departments. It will be known as ISC 2.
"The Romance and Renaissance of the College of William and Mary in Virginia" (1924) includes a proposal for the construction of the William Barton Rogers Science Hall to replace the Penniman Building. A sketch of the proposed
- 1974-construction, Flat Hat, 9/7/1974, p. 17
- University Archives Buildings File (2007), Rogers Hall, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.
- "The Romance and Renaissance of the College of William and Mary in Virginia," Endowment Association, 1924, p. 20-21.
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