Plassmann Hall

Plassmann Hall was built in 1959 and is dedicated to Rev. Fr. Thomas Plassmann. It was designed by architect Cajetan Baumann, O.F.M.

The building houses the offices of the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education. It contains classrooms, offices, seminar rooms and a modern language laboratory. The two-story annex was added in 1989 to the rear of the building, which is where the School of Education is located.

In 2017, the first floor of Plassmann Hall was renovated to house the Student Success Center. The Center includes the office of the Higher Education Opportunity Program, First Year Experience, the Learning Center, the Online Support and International Student Services, and the Disability Support Services. Two reception areas, a technology-learning area, updated classrooms, new furniture, a private testing area, math and writing labs, and student lounges were created.

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Last updated: July 11, 2018