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Campus Photo Tour

Image of the morrill building

On the steps of Morrill

Morrill Hall

map of showing location of Morrill Hall  in the UVM campus

What happens here –Morrill Hall was constructed in 1904-07 to serve as the home of the UVM Agriculture Department and the Agricultural Experiment Station. It was named for U. S. Senator Justin Smith Morrill, author of the 1862 Morrill Land Grant College Act that provided federal aid for public universities and land grant colleges across the country. Morrill is still home to The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and all of the many interesting and interdisciplinary academic departmens associated with CALS.