Myers Hall

Newest Dorm on Campus

Myers Hall, built in 1970 and housing up to 115 students, is the most recently constructed dorm on campus. At the time of its construction, it was considered for coed housing, but served as a women’s residence hall for its first several years, before being settled as a coed dorm. It remains the only dorm at Anderson University with suite-style rooms.

Recently, Myers Hall provided on-campus lodging for campus visitors, including prospective students.

The building was named for Linfield Myers, Chairman-Emeritus of the Anderson Banking Company Board of Directors and longtime supporter of Anderson University. 


  • "Campus Buildings" Folder, A.C./A.U. Buildings Documents, Anderson University and Church of God Archivess
  • "Myers" Folder, A.C./A.U. Buildings Documents, Anderson University and Church of God Archives