A tour of Strong Hall | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Some currently standing outside Strong Hall, which is another important academic building here on campus. It's one of the most recognizable halls because of the Jayhawk right in front. As you can see, this Jayhawk statue is a gift from the class of nineteen fifty six, so let's go on in. So I don't know about you guys, but one of the most random things I really like about Strong Hall is this light post situation going on. I just think that it looks really nice and adds a great aesthetic touch to the building. Once you first walk in, the first thing you'll see is that statue over there. To be honest, I really don't know who the statues, but that is probably one of the most distinct things you see once you walk into strong. All strong hall is not only a place where some lectures are held, but there are also some administrative offices. So to the right down there at the office of the provost and office of first year experiences down in this area. So for any of you obviously first timers, I ke you definitely come visit the office of First your experience because they can help you out. Pretty much any struggles incoming student has, they'll help you out. As you see right there, that is the office of first year experience and then moving further down the hallway office of the Provos will be to the rights all the way down in that area. As you can see the sign, it says Office of the Provost. As you're walking down these halls, Definitely make sure to check out the bulletin boards because they have, like a lot of different flyers related Teo, different clubs and student Lourdes and, yeah, tutoring opportunities. So now we're moving down to the left side of strong Paul. Like what I said, the Enrollment and Financial Services Office is here. If you have any questions or concerns about enrollment and financial services, definitely go there. Mainly the first floor of strong hall is all the administrative office areas, so classrooms electricals with upstairs on the second and third floors.