Makerere University Halls: Marry Stuart hall of residence was first opened in 1945

Makerere University Halls: Marry Stuart hall of residence was first opened in 1945
Mary Stuart hall of residence accommodates only female students (Photo by Badru Katumba)

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY: Standing next to Lumumba hall, Marry Stuart was the first hall of residence for the few women students who were admitted at Makerere University.

Marry Stuart hall of residence was first opened in 1945 in a small house which currently works as the University Guest House.

It was named after Mary-Stuart, wife of the missionary doctor, Stuart of Mengo Hospital; it is here that the first female students like Professor Josephine Nambooze lived.

It was a small place compared to the present hall. Later on, Mary Stuart was transferred into the big hall named “Box” because of its box like shape housing over 800 female students studying at Makerere University.

It is located across the road on the left of the school of Education.

An amazing view of the chemistry between Mary Stuart and Lumumba Hall taken with a drone.!!! hehehe... kidding ... I had to risk my life and go at the top of Marry Stuart at 10:00pm.
An amazing view of the chemistry between Mary Stuart and Lumumba Hall taken with a drone.!!! hehehe… kidding … I had to risk my life and go at the top of Marry Stuart at 10:00pm.
Side view from Lumumba Hall
Side view from Lumumba Hall. (Photos by Katumba Badru)

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