The Citadel

The Military College of South Carolina


Copeland Auditorium

Copeland Auditorium is a 140-seat facility with computer installations at each seat and is acoustically designed for maximum audio presentations.

The auditorium was made possible by Mrs. Paola Groverman in memory of her father, D. Graham Copeland, a 1903 alumnus who is credited with building a very difficult portion of the Tamiami Trail - the highway that traverses the state of Florida. Copeland was resident manager of all properties in Florida for the tycoon Barron G. Collier who amassed more than a million acres of land and was the largest landowner in that state.

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