Self Guided Campus Tour
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Self Guided Campus Tour Take a walking tour of our campus and learn about some fun SJU facts along the way. Barbelin Hall (10) Mandeville Hall (1) Villiger Hall (65) Merion Hall (83) Post Learning Commons (64) CFCC (88) Begin your tour at Bronstein Hall (35). Across the road and to the right is Regis Hall (37), the office of SJU’s President. Directly in front of you is Boland Hall (39), the home of the art department. Notice the historic mansions all around you on “Millionaires’ Row,” now campus housing for upperclassmen! Follow the driveway on your right when facing Bronstein Hall (35), passing the Honors Program’s Claver House (31) on your right. Continue past the Tudor-style Saint Mary’s Hall (30), a Community Service residence hall. Behind Saint Mary’s is McShain Hall (29), one of the traditional freshman dormitories. Follow the path ahead past Curran Lawn, one of the many green spaces on the Maguire Campus and the location of the annual Activities Fair, where you can check out over 100 clubs, intramural sports, and extracurricular activities. Straight ahead is the green-roofed Cardinal Foley Campus Center (CFCC) (88), the venue of the Homecoming Dance and host to various guest speakers. Past the courtyard on your right is Merion Hall (83), one of the main academic centers for the College of Arts and Sciences. Next door is O’Pake Recreation Center (75), the main gym on campus where students access various basketball courts, fitness classes and a pool. Just behind the CFCC is Connelly Hall (85) home to the Kinney Center, a research and teaching facility for Autism Studies. Take a left at the CFCC and follow the walkway toward City Avenue; you will pass the water-based field hockey turf on your right. Maguire Campus is also home to the baseball and softball fields as well as tennis courts. Use the crosswalk at Cardinal Avenue and City Avenue; continue through the gates to pass Villiger Hall (65) – the newest freshman residence hall. On your left is the Chapel of Saint Joseph (14), where our 50 person chapel choir accompanies lively Sunday masses. Just beyond the chapel you will find Wolfington Hall (13), headquarters for service trips like the Appalachian Experience where over 500 students each year build houses at Habitat for Humanity sites during Spring Break! Notice on your right - beyond Villiger (65) - Sourin (19) and LaFarge (21) residence halls, which are suite-style, freshman dorms. Keep left, passing the Campion Student Center and Doyle Banquet Hall (15). Downstairs in Campion, you can find access to either an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall or the food court where you can customize your order! Upstairs, take our Jesuit History Walk to learn more about SJU’s heritage. Continue past the brick Science Center (12) - home to one of the first green roofs in the Philadelphia Area and several endangered species. Enter the glass atrium linking the Francis A. Drexel Library (11), and the Post Learning Commons (64) to check out our various soundproof study rooms and the Digital Media Zone. Exit the library toward Barbelin Hall (10) – which was the first building of Saint Joseph’s College campus in 1927. While passing the bell tower be sure to gaze upwards to possibly catch sight of our mascot – the Hawk! Pass through the Barbelin Courtyard, where you can find the Public Safety office and Hawk Central – home to financial services, billing and the registrar. Descend the courtyard stairs, go through the arched passage on the left, and down the staircase. Walk to your right to see Sweeney Field, where our spirited student body cheers on our D-1 athletes. Across the field is Post Hall (8), where the SJU Theatre Company stages three productions each year in the Bluett Theatre. Continue on the pathway along the field to the Haub School of Business in Mandeville Hall (1). On the second floor is the interactive Wall Street Trading Room, where students invest in companies using actual money from the Hawk Fund. At the end of the hall, exit Mandeville and walk straight ahead to the Hagan Arena (2) – home to our Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. In this athletic facility, you may work out in the gym or unwind in the locker room saunas. The 4,500-seat arena is not just the venue for spirited games, it also hosts the annual Relay for Life and the spring concert (recent artists include Ryan Lewis with Macklemore, Lupe Fiasco with Chingy, and LMFAO with Keri Hilson). Between Hagan and Mandeville, you will notice the crimson and gray Hawk shuttles which give students a free ride to the local Target or the Overbrook Train Station every 30 minutes! Cross at 54th street where you can see the upperclassman apartments on your left – Lannon (50) and Rashford Halls (51). Off to your right, you can grab something to eat at Cosi, Landmark Americana, Oops! It’s Frozen Yogurt! or Larry’s Steaks at what we call Hawks’ Landing (52). Be sure to stop at the SJU Bookstore to grab the latest Hawk gear! To return to Bronstein Hall (35), make a left at the intersection and follow City Avenue back up to Lapsley Lane. Thanks for visiting! 70 71 N. Latch’s Lane 78 N. Latch’s Lane JOHN W. SMITHSON FIELD 75 73 74 79 80 Lapsley Lane 77 81 76 84 85 88 30 83 82 31 34 35 42 44 43 72 32 33 40 Upland Road Old Lanc Greystone Road ood Rd. Road Berwick Road 87 START 39 38 37 Lapsley Lane 41 Orchard Lane Edgehill Road aster Ro Roa d ad E. Wynnew rion ham Rd Stoneway Road Furman Gateway . 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Drexel Library 12 Science Center 13 Wolfington Center – Ministry Faith & Service 14 Chapel of Saint Joseph 15 Campion Student Center / Doyle Banquet Hall 19 Sourin Residence Center 21 LaFarge Student Residence 29 McShain Hall / Haub Executive Center 30 Saint Mary’s Hall 31 Claver House (Honors Program) 35 Bronstein Hall / Bronstein Annex (Undergraduate Admissions) 37 Regis Hall (President’s Office) 39 Boland Hall 50 Lannon Hall 51 Rashford Hall 52 Hawks’ Landing (Cosi / Landmark Americana / Bookstore / Parking Facility) 64 65 75 83 85 88 Princeton VT John and Maryanne Hennings Post Learning 43 Sullivan Hall (Campus House, NY NH Commons / The Plaza Doylestown variety of room configurations) I-95 200 mi. Woo dcre Hall (Campus House, Ursinus PENNSYLVANIA Villiger Residence Hall 34 Xavier st A Trenton Albany venu MA e Michael A. O’Pake, Esq. ’61 Recreation Center College variety of room configurations) 100 mi. CT RI Collegeville PA. Tpk. 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