New Hall: Photo Tour

Living and learning come together in New Hall, home of the Robert W. Plaster School of Business and a multi-level residential community. Take a look inside.

The New Hall lobby offers a warm welcome to students and visitors. The Landmark Bank Stock and News Ticker displays stock quotes in real time, along with news of the day and sports scores.

A spacious outdoor terrace on the North side of New Hall overlooks R. Marvin Owens Stadium. Ample seating provides a stress-free venue to study or relax in the shade.

The Marilyn Silvey Tatlow ’60 Classroom features technology that allows students to collaborate directly on the smart wall or on other devices or displays. It is one of six classrooms on the ground floor of New Hall, each of which can accommodate between 20-36 students. All contain mobile furniture to foster collaborative learning.

Dr. Kennedy Amofa, assistant professor of Business Administration, visits with students in the Hulett Family Conference Room.

Dr. Dolly Plaster Clement gave the keynote speech at the dedication of New Hall on Sept. 25. She spoke of her father’s love of entrepreneurship, and repeated his mantra that “can’t never could.”

Each of the student lounges on the three floors of residential housing are decorated in a fashion and color scheme unique to that floor, and all furniture was selected by student leaders. All three lounges have ample seating for recreation, collaboration or individual study.

Seventy-six residential rooms are housed on the top three floors, each room furnished for double occupancy, sharing a common bathroom with an adjoining suite.