Named for university donor and business magnate James B. Duke, Duke Hall was built in 1941 as the first dorm for women at JCSU. Until the 1930s the school had been male-only, and with the construction of Duke it became fully co-educational for the first time in its history. The building was recently renovated, and has 36 residential suites housing 70 students. Each suite includes its own bath and shower with plumbing fixtures to reduce energy and water consumption, and Duke Hall's common areas include a campus community room, laundry rooms and syndicate rooms for studying and small meetings. 

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