Seabury Hall is part of the historic Long Walk, one of the oldest buildings on campus. Completed in 1878, it is a classic and highly regarded example of Victorian Gothic collegiate architecture. Steeped in history, students who study in the Seabury classrooms could very well play critical roles in shaping the future. By taking a class in the Social Sciences, students develop the gifts of empathy, moral imagination, and critical understanding. They also gain an appreciation of the complexities of human institutions, as well as the ability to analyze human behavior and social structures - skills we believe will be invaluable in facing the world's coming challenges.