List of Saint Joseph's University buildings

List of Saint Joseph's University buildings

The following is a list of the buildings on the campus of Saint Joseph's University, Hawk Hill, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Academic Buildings

*Barbelin Hall (College of Arts & Sciences building named in honor of Rev. Felix-Joseph Barbelin, S.J., first president of SJU) []
*Bellarmine Hall (foreign Language and Arts & Sciences building named in honor of Saint Robert Bellarmine S.J.)
*Cynwyd Hall (math and Science building named for the area of Lower Merion it is located in)
*ELS Building (home of offices for international students)
*Francis A. Drexel Library (named in honor of benefactor Francis Drexel)
*Merion Hall (named for its location in Lower Merion Township, an academic building)
*Post Hall (sociology, psychology, and fine arts building named in honor of benefactor and alum John R. Post)
*Mandeville Hall (home of the Haub School of Business, named in honor of businessman Owen A. Mandeville)
*ROTC Building (home to the Air Force ROTC)
*Science Center (science building)

Administrative Buildings

*Bronstein Hall (home of the undergraduate admissions office) []
*Claver House (named in honor of Saint Peter Claver, home of the honors department)
*Human Resources and University Communications (home of the human resources office)
*Loyola Center (named in honor of Ignatius of Loyola, home of the Jesuits)
*Regis Hall (President's Office, named in honor of Saint John Francis Regis)
*Saint Thomas Hall (named in honor of Saint Thomas Aquinas, home of the financial aid office)
*University Press (home of the Saint Joseph's University Press)

Arts & Entertainment Buildings

*Boland Hall (home of the University Gallery)
*Fine Arts East (home of art classrooms and offices)
*Fine Arts West (home of art classrooms and offices)

Athletic Buildings

*Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse (former home of the Saint Joseph's Hawks)
*Lower Sports Complex (home of intramural sports, located on the Maguire Campus)
*Robert Gillin, Jr. Boathouse (home of the rowing teams, located on Boathouse Row)
*Sports Complex (located next to the Fieldhouse. Home of varsity sports)
*Upper Sports Complex (home of intramural sports, located on the Maguire Campus)

Ministry Buildings

*Chapel of Saint Joseph (named in honor of the patron saint of the University)
*Wolfington Hall (named in honor of alum and benefactor Eustace Wolfington's mother, center for campus ministry)

Residence Halls

*LaFarge Hall (named in honor of Rev. John LaFarge, a six story, co-ed hall built in 1970 which accommodates 350 students) []
*Moore Hall (three story, co-ed hall built in 1989 (originally used by the Salvation Army) which accommodates 78 students)
*Sourin Hall (four story, co-ed built in 1980 which accommodates 225 students. The Student Health Center is located on the ground floor)
*McShain Hall (five story, co-ed hall built in 1988 which accommodates 280 students. The City Avenue bridge connects the Lower Merion (and McShain) side of campus to the city side)

Campus Houses

*Hogan (acquired in 1964, this house accompanies 28 students)
*Quirk (acquired in 1948, this house accompanies 30 students)
*Sullivan (acquired in 1958, this house accompanies 27 students)
*Tara (named for the seat of the ancient Irish Kings, acquired in 1949, this house accompanies 30 students)
*Xavier (named in honor of Saint Francis Xavier S.J., acquired in 1960, this hall accompanies 24 students)
*Jordan (acquired in 1959, this house accompanies 30 students)
*Saint Mary's (named in honor of the Blessed Mother, located on the Merion side of campus, this campus house accompanies 40 students)
*Saint Albert's (named in honor of Saint Albert of Louvain, a house acquired in 1959 that accompanies 21 students)
*Simpson (located on central campus, this house accompanies 24 students)

University Apartments & Townhouses

*Rashford (named in honor of former president Rev. Nicholas Rashford, S.J., located on City Avenue, this apartment complex houses 152 students
*Borgia (located next to Rashford, this complex houses 254 students)
*Ashwood this co-ed apartment located on Overbrook Avenue has a capacity for 170 students
*Wynnewood located on City Avenue, this apartment houses 104 students
*Merion Gardens another apartment complex located on City Avenue, 216 students reside here
*Lancaster Courts Weymouth houses 112 students while Hastings houses 108
*Morris Quad Townhouses opened in the Fall of 1997, these townhouses accompany 116 students

tudent Life Buildings

*Campion Student Center (named in honor of Saint Edmund Campion S.J.)
*Campus Commons (located on the Maguire Campus, converted chapel serves as an area to relax or study for students)
*Hawks' Landing (home of the bookstore, Cosi, and a six-story parking garage)

External links

* [ Saint Joseph's University]
* [ Saint Joseph's University Campus Map]

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