Peck Hall | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
I'm on my way to Peck Hall, which houses a lot of miscellaneous majors. College of Arts and Sciences has a lot of classes in there, but that's also where you would take foreign language classes or honors classes. Really, any type of electric style classes will be impeccable. So I'm just gonna have to pack Hall to show you a little bit about what's going on in time. There was respected class into thirteen hundred wing first door. It's pretty much but the room looks like if you continue on this way, you'll have college Martin Sciences advising to all advising appointments. Twenty three hundred wing, the first number which, obviously the two, shows you what level you're on. There's lots of seating areas for study, and the machines get closer down there. I have some really great works of art all throughout this building. Now that I have shown you what's going on in the first and second floor of that coal, we'll head down to the basement to show you what we've got going on down there in the basement when we have the anthropology department. I love coming down here to look at all the new exhibitions. We also have you never seen museum, which is pretty local, that carries some more artifacts if you're really interested in anthropology. The Undergraduate Huh? Research and Creative Activities Program, which I talked about in another video when I was discussing research, also has opportunities for history and anthropology majors to do work within the town with different artifacts, which is pretty cool. In general, most students have classes and pet call. It's not really segregated to a specific major, even though there are departments here in PICKLE, the honors program actually has a lot of interesting lecture seminar style classes, Uh, which actually take place in that call. Most of the seminar classes will take place here because they're smaller rooms, which are more faculty and student, uh, based so the students will typically lead those classes and class discussions.