Reinhardt University dedicates three new facilities


Reinhardt University conducted ribbon-cuttings for three new facilities during the school’s Fall Family and Alumni Weekend.

The Athletic Field House, Glenn H. and Marjorie Humphrey Hubbard Residence Hall, and the Ken White Music Center were each highlighted and introduced with a ribbon-cutting and open house/dedication during the event.

The 22,000-square-foot Athletic Field House sits between a new artificial turf field and grass practice field.

Located among the Ken White Fields, the building features a 4,800-square-foot weight room, locker rooms, coaches offices, an athletic training area, meeting and storage space, public restrooms, a concession stand, an outdoor plaza and a garden area.

The Hubbard Residence Hall, named after alumni the late Glenn H. and Marjorie Humphrey Hubbard, houses 72 male students with four students to each two-room suite.

The building is located next to the Fincher Visual Arts Center overlooking the Falany Performing Arts Center and Lake Mullenix. Plans are already under way for adding a second 72-bed wing to open fall 2013.

The Ken White Music Center was named after C. Ken White, ’61, for his longtime dedication and loyalty to the University as an alumnus, donor and Reinhardt trustee.

The Ken White Music Center is an addition to Reinhardt’s growing music program, now the largest at any private institution in Georgia.

The 4,000-square-foot space connects with the west wing of the University’s Falany Performing Arts Center and includes six faculty studios, eight practice rooms and a classroom.