Hopkins Hall

Campus: Druid Hills in Atlanta

Namesake: Isaac Stiles Hopkins 1859C

Date: Construction in 1958

Purpose: Residence hall

Hopkins Hall is part of a collection of residence halls known as the Complex, which also includes Smith Hall and Thomas Hall.

Built to house the first female residential students at Emory, the building is named for Isaac Stiles Hopkins who was president of Emory from 1884 to 1888, when he left to become the first president of the Georgia Institute of Technology. 

The Haygood-Hopkins Gate is also named for him.