Important academic buildings (part 1)

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Virtual Tours by Students


Fran Miller

Tour Guide

(Part 1) The first building I show is the International Studies Building, which is where students visit if they have interest in study abroad programs. This building is open all the time for anyone with that interest, and has personally impacted my student career in so many positive ways in terms of providing me LOTS of information about programs, as well as snacks at abroad fairs that they have occasionally :) The second building I mention is the White Hall Classroom Building (White Hall for short) which is where the majority of classes, whether it be lectures or recitations, are held for all subjects. I have had spanish lecture, chemistry and biology exams, chemistry recitation and math recitation classes held in this building, which goes to show how diverse and multi-purposeful it is.