The new three-story Leprino Hall will be a crucial first step toward a dramatically transformed campus.
Below are the sketches for the floor plans. The ‘U’ of the building will open to an academic quad, and entering the building from the quad you will immediately see a three-story atrium punctuated by a cross – reminding students about the core of why we exist.
On the first floor, classroom spaces are in blue, accompanied by the large open space of the multi-purpose room – which can be used as a classroom, banquet area, etc.
On the second and third floors, classrooms are in blue and office spaces are shaded in green, giving the building a natural layout where offices and classrooms are grouped together.
The first of three floors will house the multi-purpose hall, three classrooms, a ‘grab and go’ food service area, and seating for students in the commons. Our Adult and Graduate Studies department will have offices on the first floor as well.
Staff and students alike will utilize space on the second floor of the academic building. With three advanced classrooms, two seminar rooms, and faculty/staff offices readily available, students will thrive academically. The faculty/staff area will house seventeen offices, a conference room, and a reception area.
With even more space to pursue academic excellence and foster meaningful relationships, the third floor is home to four classrooms, two seminar rooms, four study rooms, and multiple faculty offices.