McMillan Hall, built in 1793, is the oldest building on campus. In fact, it’s the eighth oldest academic building in the United States. At one point it served as the only building for what was then known as Washington Academy. McMillan Hall is named after college founder and Presbyterian missionary John McMillan and in 1977, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, it is home to the President’s Office, Office of Communications, and members of the Alumni and Development offices.
Offices Located in this Building
Our alumni community is an active part of W&J, providing career guidance to our students, networking with recent graduates across the country, and making gifts to ensure students have an outstanding W&J experience.
The Office of Communications is here to keep W&J connected to our community: our students, faculty, staff, alumni, organizations and people locally, nationally and internationally.
The Ethics and Compliance Officer provides college-wide oversight and coordination of an institutional ethics and compliance program that promotes the highest standards of ethics, integrity, and responsibility at Washington & Jefferson College.
The President leads the College, guiding it according to its mission and vision.