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Daniel T. Brucker Hall

Brucker Hall Virtual Tour

Daniel T. Brucker Hall is the oldest building on campus. The front lawn was the site of RCC's first graduation ceremony in 1961. The three-story colonial structure originally served as the county almshouse, which was abandoned in 1957 and renovated to house the College's main academic and administrative building with classrooms, a chemistry/biology lab and a cafeteria and lounge.

Brucker Hall has since undergone numerous renovations and now houses the administrative offices, including the offices of the President and Vice Presidents, Continuing Education & Partnership Programs, the Rockland Community College Foundation, Alumni Association, Strategic Marketing, and Rockland Community College Association. The Rockland County Career Center also has an office on the first floor of the building.

In front of Brucker Hall, a wooden gazebo, as old as the building, still stands today.