Charles Duncan McIver was founder and the first president of the State Normal and Industrial School for Girls (now known as the University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Born in Moore County, he graduated in 1881 from Carolina, where he befriended, Charles B. Aycock, J. Y. Joyner, and Edwin Alderman. Together, these four men would later become the leading educational reformers of their era.
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- Year Built: 1939, renovated 2004
- Hall Population: 105
- Elevator: Yes
- Fire Safety: Smoke detectors, alarms and sprinkler system
- Resident Advisors: 3
- Amenities: study rooms, kitchen and ice machine, laundry, TV room, lounges, recreation room, vending machines
- Laundry: McIver Basement
- Average Room Measurements: 12' x 16'
- Window Measurements: First Floor: 110" x 73", Second and Third Floors: 65" x 51"
- Window Coverings: Horizontal blinds
- Air-Conditioning: Central HVAC
- Furniture: Movable dressers, desks and study chairs. Movable beds may be bunked or lofted; no self-built lofts permitted.
- Closet: Closet with door
- Mattress Size: 80" long, 36" wide, 6" deep
DID YOU KNOW? Fun Facts About McIver:
- Easy access to Franklin Street, Spencer Packaging Center, and the Coker Arboretum.
- Metered parking on Raleigh Street right outside the hall.
- Houses the WELL RLP (Women Experiencing Learning and Leadership)