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Campus Tour

Bacon Hall

Bacon Hall has housed the university's elementary education programs for over 70 years. The building now contains technology enhanced smart classrooms with wireless whiteboards, video projectors, and chalkless boards to provide up-to-date, cutting edge instruction.

Inside: Smart Classrooms (Bacon Hall 115, 117, 202, 204, 205, 207, 209, 211, 214A, 215, 217, 220, 223, and 225), lecture halls, offices, computer labs, interactive video room (Bacon Hall 118), and the Literacy Center (Bacon Hall 227). Wireless Internet access.

Departments

Offices and Centers

Services: Find information on student teaching placement, volunteer opportunities, and advisement on the third floor.

Occupancy Date: 1931
Square Feet: 70,930

History

This three-story building was dedicated in honor of Gertrude M. Bacon, who contributed more than 50 years of service to the college in the educational field. The Anna Burrell Suite (Bacon Hall 116 E and 116 W) was dedicated to study abroad pioneer Anna Burrell in 1986.