Evans Hall—the College’s main building—houses most of the College's classrooms, lecture halls and faculty offices as well as all of its research laboratories.
Completed in 1973, the building is named in honor of the late H. Walter Evans, DO '17, in recognition of his many contributions to the College. Dr. Evans, a distinguished professor of obstetrics and gynecology, played a key role in the planning and construction of the City Avenue campus.
Evans Hall features numerous exhibits from the Angus Gordon Cathie, DO, Collection, which contains special dissections, specimens and models, and is recognized as one of the finest collections of its kind in the world.
The building is also home to PCOM’s modern osteopathic manipulative medicine laboratory, the Anatomy Laboratory, Office of the Dean, Student Affairs, Admissions and the O.J. Snyder Memorial Library.