Fisk University is a private, 4-year Historically Black University located in Nashville, TN. The school was founded in 1866, shortly after the resolution of the Civil War by the American Missionary Association for the education of freedmen. The school started adding black staff and faculty by 1900; in 1947 the University employed its first black president. In 1952, the school became the first predominately black college to earn a Phi Beta Kappa chapter. The 40 acre metropolitan campus is included on the National Register of Historic Places and features traditional red brick collegiate Gothic architecture as well as Jubilee Hall, a Victorian styled building which is the oldest structure on campus. Among notable alumni are WEB DuBois (the first African-American to earn a Harvard Ph.D.) and musician Jimmie Lunceford.