b"Malone Hall, constructed in 1972, is a fine arts center with the music and drama departments. There is a theatre, which seats 463 persons. Renovations to the building in 1998 include a black box theatre. The Maintenance/Transportation/Technology Services Center was constructed in 2008 and houses the college transportation services, Perk Campus maintenance services, and the college construction management and technology services. Moran Hall is a two-story brick residence hall constructed 1970. This residence hall accommodates 84 residents and was refurbished in 2008. The New Residence Hall is a three-story residence hall constructed in 2020. This residence hall can accommodate 206 residents. Owen Hall is a two-story brick residence hall constructed in 1970. This building accommodates 88 residents and was refurbished in 2008. The Sam P. Jones, Jr. Band Hall was constructed in 1998 and is used by the Band of Gold and music classes. Stone Hall, originally constructed in 1915 as a residence hall for male students, was renovated in 1996 to house the Educational Services Center, Housing Office, Assessment Center, and Veterans Affairs Center. The Tennis Complex was constructed in 2014, this facility features eight (8) lighted tennis courts and an entrance structure containing men's and women's locker rooms, restrooms, office space, and storage space. Weeks Hall, constructed in 1974, houses some of the career-technical programs for the Perkinston Campus. An addition was made in 1997-98 and will house the Physical Therapy Assisting and the Occupational Therapy Assistant programs once approved.Additional renovations have been done to student restrooms and to add classroom space. The Weathers/Wentzell Center, constructed in 1957 and refurbished in 2006, 2008, and 2018 houses the main gymnasium with a seating capacity of 1,500, as well as dressing rooms. The Willis H. Lott Learning Resource Center, constructed in 2011, contains the library and affiliated offices, media center, and learning lab. The facility also contains a coffee shop with an outside patio. The Visual Arts Center was constructed in 2009and houses the Fine Arts department and includes classrooms, offices, kiln room, darkroom, and data room. George County Center The George County Center, located in Lucedale on Hwy. 63 South was constructed in 1972. The Center offers Career and Technical programs, Allied Health, Continuing Education, Academic, and Adult Education courses. In 2009, the George County Center opened the Academic Building which includes a lecture hall, computer lab and academic classrooms. Post-secondary programs include Apprentice Electric Lineman, Welding, Cosmetology, Electrical Technology, and Health Care Assistant.14"