Maryland Hall | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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You're currently standing up divide between Salinger and Maryland. Salinger is this way, and then Maryland is this way. They are connected buildings, but they have very, very different lives, as you will see as I continue on this tour main hallway in Maryland. There will be people sitting all over these benches getting work done, and then they're bulletin boards everywhere just telling you about upcoming events. It's more of a traditional classroom setting, and as where a lot of your core classes will usually be held. When you are going to this building for Maryland, you will find all of the business offices. We are on break right now, so this quiet, but usually all these offices will be open. You know, what a stress of offices, academic advising and then records is just a little bit further down. We're now at my personal favorite part of Maryland Hall. Even though it is attached to the business department, which you can see way down the hall, it just has a completely different vibe. It is so nice in here and so comfortable to sit in right here. There are tutors for free at any time, and it's a nice space. Um, and you just book an appointment and they will help you with editing and revising your paper. So if you are nervous about writing papers, we have our writing center. All the information has always posted right in this little Bolton, right next to printers. You print out your paper right before you go to your appointment. There are just quotes and great little things everywhere. This comfy furniture They have this wonderful famous as her pound poem on the wall. It's a nice little thing, was also really cool is they have publications from students and professors. Whenever people have been acclaimed or alumni have been acclaimed, they keep them in these little cute yellow book cases. They're highlighting kind of student work and thanks to have come out of Loyola and give you, like an example of what to do. There's also things that they support on these bulletin boards. You can write a problem with the magnets on this little bag. Men fall, and you can also just sit down here and do work, whether or not you are writing. Corridors is our literary magazine that gets put out once a semester, so that is sitting here. As you can see, it's public and professional work from writing courses, and you can just kind of see things that students have done. This is just like something that's sitting there, Tio, look through. If you want to come sit at this bar and do work, and then finally, this bookshelf just has all great books. If you have some free time and you wanna have some light reading, I know that is not super comment in college life, but you never know.