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Location

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Description

Jeannette Rankin Hall has been home to the UM library, law school and psychology department. It currently houses the Social Work, Enviornmental studies programs.

Jeannette Rankin was a 1902 graduate of UM. She was a social worker and suffragist. Jeannette was the first woman elected to U.S. Congress in 1916 and was re-elected in 1940. She was the only member of Congress to vote against the United States' entry into both world wars.


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Accessibility

Limited Access
Built 1909

Jeannette Rankin Hall has been home to the UM library, law school and psychology department. It currently houses the Social Work, Enviornmental studies programs.

Accessible Entrance:
The accessible entrance to the building is located on the southwest corner. This entrance consists of a ramp that leads to the basement of the building. The entrance door is automatic.

Elevator:
The elevator services all level of the building. The elevator is located directly ahead as one enters the west main accessible entrance.

Fire Sprinklers:
None

Areas of Rescue Assistance:
None

Accessible Restrooms:
Women's: located in southeast corner of basement.
Men's: None

Parking:
Closest accessible parking is located behind the Liberal Arts building and in the parking between the Social Science and Fine Arts buildings.

Barriers:
No access to upper levels. Stairway handrails are non-compliant.