Shilling Hall is the familiar image associated with Millikin University. Just one of the many buildings original to the campus, it is filled with history. View Shilling Hall today.
Built in 1902 as three separate buildings, Shilling Hall was known as the Liberal Arts Hall until its renovation in 1988. It was renamed in honor of Charles Franklin Shilling, the mayor at the time of Millikin's founding in 1901. Shilling houses offices and classroom spaces, and Albert Taylor Theatre, along with the popular meeting and eating spot, Einstein Bros. Bagels. Want to see more? Take a tour of Shilling Hall.