Moulton Hall is home to the Office of the University Registrar. The Registrar's Office consists of: the Registrar Service Center, Veterans Services, Academic Records & Evaluation Services, and Transcripts and Verifications. Academic Scheduling and the Department of Physics are also housed in this building.
Moulton Hall was named after Samuel Moulton, a University founder and congressman who mortgaged his property to keep the University going through the Civil War. Samuel Moulton was also a member of the original Board of Education. The hall opened in 1920 and first became the Thomas Metcalf Laboratory School for teachers and classes (K-12). Adlai Stevenson was one of the school's most famous pupils.