The Davis South Plaza is a gathering place on the southern side of the Academic quad with views of the Fine Arts Quad and Sugarloaf Hill.
Use Campus Life
Established 1904
Style Details Built in Jeffersonian Federal Revival style as an outdoor theatre

More about Davis South Plaza

The plaza was part of a campus beautification program under Mrs. Eugene J. Barney. It was rededicated in 1988 as the Samuel S. and Jeanette Albiez Davis South Plaza after Mr. and Mrs. Davis who established a $1 million work-scholarship program for students. Samuel S. Davis, class of 1926, was a trustee from 1954 until his death in 1984.