Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Apr 26, 2018     Views: 35

David Allan Hubbard was the President of Fuller Theological Seminary between 1963 and 1993.  He was a prolific Old Testament scholar and a well respected leader within the evangelical community.  It was during his time at Fuller that the School of Psychology and the School of Intercultural Studies came into being.  When the new library was opened in 2009, the Fuller community was delighted to name the building in his honor and memory.

If you would like to learn more about Hubbard's legacy and his extended history with Fuller Seminary, please visit the Fuller Archives and Special Collections at the Hubbard library. The archives contains a collection of his presidential papers, and a separate collection of his personal scholarly research and sermons. You can learn more about the Fuller archives on the library archives page, or by contacting the archivist directly at archives@fuller.edu