During Founders Week, on March 13, 1964, a ceremony was held for the first completed building of the Ludd M. Spivey Fine Arts Center: the Marjorie M. McKinley Music Building. The building was built on the original site of the Men's Dormitory and constructed from the shell of that building. The three-level building contained numerous individual practice booths as well as multiple teaching studios and a music library. The building is named after Marjorie McKinley, later Marjorie Van Antwerp, who was an Honorary Chancellor, Trustee, and donor to the College. At the time of the dedication, she was the wife of honorary alumnus Kent S. McKinley, also a donor to the College.