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Living Learning Center

Herbert & Olga Thompson

The Living Learning Resource Center was constructed in 1989.  It’s composed of Thompson Hall named after Herbert & Olga L. Thompson,  Lee Hall named after  Ada Lee,  Moore Hall named after Alice E. Moore, and the James E. Huger, Sr. Academic Administrative Building. The center is located on the corner of Martin Luther King and George Engram Blvd.

The Living Learning Resource Center houses 360 females and features numerous community spaces which includes TV and lounge areas, lobby and private study rooms, a computer lab and laundry rooms.  To ensure the safety of every student, this building contains a multi-zone fire alarm system, digital security cameras system, 24 hour staffing and security.


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Jeunelle Sanabria, Residence Life Coordinator
Phone: 386-481-2410
Email: sanabriaj@cookman.edu


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Center for Law and Justice to Hold Inaugural Event on Nov. 19

The Center for Law and Social Justice at Bethune-Cookman University will host its first official event on Wednesday, Nov. 19. The event will honor the legacy and memory of the late Virgil Hawkins, a 1940s graduate of Bethune-Cookman who was later employed as the Director of Public Relations for the institution.

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