14 Old Chapel Rd.
McCullough Student Center is the heart of student activity at the College with offices for Center for Campus Activities & Leadership (which advises student clubs), Alliance for Civic Engagement (which facilitates volunteering and service learning), and Student Employment. McCullough also includes the Grille, a great on-campus location for casual dining. The Juice Bar on the first floor serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea, and shakes. Midd-Express, the campus convenience store, is also in McCullough, adjacent to the campus US mail service center and student mailboxes. The McCullough Social space is the site for regular student parties and other special events and presentations. Elsewhere in the building are the Mitchell Green Lounge, the Crest Room, and the SGA Office.
The building was originally constructed in 1912 as McCullough "Gymnaseum" in order to attract more male applicants to the College. Today, the popular campus restaurant, the Grille, occupies the space that once housed the "Gymnaseum" pool. The Student Center was renovated in 1998.