A new intellectual heart for the campus
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s new classroom building replaces two existing antiquated buildings, Keith Hall and Leonard Hall. The new building creates academic spaces for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS), bringing departments and faculty offices under one roof. Departmental synergies and opportunities are established by connecting classrooms, faculty, department and chairperson offices. Additional spaces – the atrium, open lounges, cafes, a great hall, labs, conference and collaboration rooms – offer informal and formal opportunities for both faculty and students to enhance the living/learning model of this traditional, yet modern university.