Pickitt Hall is named after Ann Pickitt, wife of Harry Pickitt, who made a sizable memorial contribution to build a much needed residence hall. She lived in nearby Allegan, MI for 42 years and is remembered as a best friend to scores of missionaries because of the loving interest she took in their welfare. Ann Pickitt Hall stands as a fitting memorial to one whose Christian testimony and lifelong service represent the philosophy of this school.
The building is three stories and houses about 140 women. It fits three students per room and is a traditional-style residence hall. There is a large lounge area with cable television, and washers and dryers are located in the building. Pickitt Hall offers a beautiful view of the pond.