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The money was raised by 1907 and construction began June 5, 1909.
In 1915 Carnegie gave another ,446 towards an addition.
of gray stone in the classic Latin cross floor plan.
The Davis is at the heart of the arts on the Wellesley campus adjacent to the academic quad, and is connected by an enclosed bridge to the Jewett Arts Center, designed by Paul Rudolph. Kim Bottomly to become Wellesley's 14th President in July 2016.
At the time of its founding, Wellesley College's campus was actually situated in Needham; however, in 1880 residents of West Needham voted to secede and in 1881 the area was chartered as a new town, Wellesley. There have been thirteen more presidents in its history: Alice Elvira Freeman Palmer, Helen Almira Shafer, Julia Josephine Thomas Irvine, Caroline Hazard, Ellen Fitz Pendleton, Mildred H.
Mc Afee (later Mildred Mc Afee Horton), Margaret Clapp, Ruth M. College Hall was both an academic building and residential building.
The 720-acre (2.9 km) site's glaciated topography, a series of meadows, and native plant communities shaped the original layout of the campus, resulting in a campus architecture that is integrated into its landscape.
The campus offers multiple housing options, including Tower Court, which was built after College Hall burnt down, the Quad (Quint, including Munger), the “New Dorms”, referring to the east-side dormitories erected in the 1950s, and multiple “Branch Halls”, including both a Spanish and French speaking house.
The most recent master plan for Wellesley College was completed in 1998 by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.