Studies have shown that Brock Hall, home to five different schools and departments at Southern, is the most over-used building on campus. Professors in these disciplines often hold classes outside of Brock Hall, lessening the community and consistency ideal for nurturing student growth.
Campus projects slated to benefit from the Academic Growth component of the Campaign for Excellence in Faith and Learning include a three-story addition to Brock Hall, and a new film/journalism production studio built right across Industrial Drive, adjacent to the Art Annex and Online Campus.
Adding this classroom space means the School of Visual Art and Design, School of Business, School of Journalism and Communication, English Department, and History Department will all realize physical benefits from the campaign’s capital projects. And because fewer of their classes will be held outside of Brock Hall, this frees up space in other buildings all across campus as well.
Consolidating disconnected classrooms, studios, and faculty offices will create more areas for brainstorming, learning, and creation. We believe in better equipping students with the space and tools to transform tomorrow!
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