Appalachian State University Historical Timelines
Campus Buildings: 1960 - 1969
1960: Dauph-Blan Residence Hall renovated, renamed Watauga Hall in mid-1960s.
1961: W. Kerr Scott Hall completed.
1962: L.S. Dougherty Hall completed.
1962: Conrad Stadium completed, replaced College Field.
1962: Field House constructed adjacent to Conrad Stadium.
1963: Doughton Residence Hall completed.
1963: Rankin Science Building completed.
1965: Addition and renovation to Welborn Cafeteria completed.
1965: Home Management House completed.
1965: Lucy Brock Child Development Center/Nursery School completed.
1965: Duncan Hall completed.
1965: Northeast Building (Winn-Dixie, later H’Appy’s/Legends) completed.
1965: Appalachian High School merged with newly created Watauga High School; building renovated and renamed Chapell Wilson Hall.
1966: Chapell Wilson Hall reopens.
1966: White Residence Hall (2nd) completed.
1966: Hoey Residence Hall completed.
1966: Bowie Residence Hall completed.
1966: Lovill Residence Hall completed.
1966: Second Administration Building destroyed by fire on December 29.
1967: Plemmons Student Union completed.
1967: Home Economics/first Administration Building demolished.
1968: B. B. Dougherty Administration Building completed on sight of first Administration Building.
1968: Gardner Residence Hall completed.
1968: Cannon Residence Hall completed.
1968: Varsity Gym completed.
1968: Belk Library completed.
1968: Cone Residence Hall completed.
1968: Coltrane Residence Hall completed.
1968: Hagaman Infirmary renovated (old nurses home).
1968: Watauga County Hospital renovated into Administration Building Annex.
1969: Sanford Hall completed.
1969: University Bookstore completed.1969: Warehouse constructed.*
*Source: Physical Facilities Inventory, 2003
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