All SFU evening classes after 4:00 p.m. are cancelled for Thursday, November 15, 2018, due to the weather conditions. Classes will resume at 8:00 a.m. 11/16/2018.
The Sullivan Hall Expansion and Renovation project completes a dramatic combination of facility renovations and landmark new construction all designed to enhance academic opportunities for our students.
Originally opened in 1962, Sullivan Hall is poised to undergo an ambitious reinvention. When completed, our health science majors will no longer scattered across campus, rather they will be together in this state-of-the-art facility.
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The Schwab Hall Renovation and Expansion project was completed in less than a year (opening in fall 2016). Thanks to the kind support of our donor base, no debt or student tuition dollars were used to finance the project. The funding for the approximately $7.6 million project came exclusively from generous donations.
The home for the Shields School of Business, Schwab Hall houses flexible classrooms of various styles, including lecture halls, seminar
space, and areas designed for group work and collaboration. In addition,
the building provides office and meeting rooms for the dean and
associate dean of the School, private offices for faculty and staff,
small and large conference rooms, and dedicated space for adjunct and
visiting instructors. With state-of-the-art classrooms, a new HVAC system, a new elevator, a new finance and data analytics computer lab, LED lighting throughout, a stock ticker in the lobby, and lecture capture technology, Schwab Hall's future is bright.
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Thanks to your generous support of our Capital Campaign, our Science Center complex now stands as a flagship facility for science and
technology programs on campus. This new structure houses
state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories and research facilities
(including an aquatic research facility), advanced chemical
instrumentation and youth outreach areas, in addition to places for
students and faculty to gather, study, and learn.
Thanks to the generous support of our donor base, particularly the
DiSepio and Scharpf families, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we
completed the first phase of our campaign in 2009. This state-of-the-art
30,000-square foot education and research center houses a student
health center, rehabilitation services, a human performance lab, fitness
and spiritual wellness areas, and conference facilities. The institute
is actively fulfilling its mission as a clinical training area for
students as well as reaching out to underserved rural populations.
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