Anderson Hall

412 E. Anderson St.
Savannah, Georgia

Designed by Gottfried L. Norrman and built in 1896, the building originally served as the Anderson Street Elementary School. In 1962, the former cafeteria, which is now a dining hall, was added. Today the facility houses the foundation studies program, a curriculum of introductory drawing and design courses required of students in all majors.

Designed as a blend of the Classical and Colonial Revival styles, the ornate red brick building sits atop a stone and granite foundation. Arched windows, ornamental stone details and a standing seam metal roof crowned by a classical cupola highlight the exterior.

All facilities