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Blasco Hall (1963)
Blasco Hall is Avila University’s “front door,” complete with the new Jeanne Hamilton Olofson Plaza (J-HOP). Inside Blasco on the upper level, you will find Admission, Registration, Financial Aid and the President's Office. The lower level houses the Business office, Human Resources and Finance, Advancement and Office of Marketing & Communication.
Carondelet Hall (1965)
Carondelet residence rooms have been renovated to include two and three beds in a room. Each floor has a kitchen, laundry facilities, lounge and study rooms. Each room has free internet access, cable and local telephone service. Carondelet is also home to the Hodes Center.
Dallavis Center (1992)
Dallavis Center, for art and art therapy students, includes classrooms; the Communication Center, including a film and video production studio with audio and digital video editing facilities; and the Art and Design Center with studios; a photography laboratory; Macintosh classroom and Macintosh lab.
Foyle Hall (1967)
Foyle Hall includes the Education and Psychology department offices along with the chapel. Proud to be a catholic university, Avila also has its own Orscheln Memorial Chapel where students, faculty and staff gather for Mass on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Goppert Theatre/Borserine Nurse Education Centre (1974)
Goppert Theatre is Avila’s performing arts space, complete with thrust stage and seating capacity of 500. Goppert also houses the McKeon Performance Studio and Music rooms.
Borserine Centre has offices, classrooms, lounges and a new learning laboratory for nursing students and faculty.
Hodes Education Center (1973)
Hodes Center is a new addition to Carondelet Residence Hall. It is located in the lower level and includes the following services: Career Services, Counseling Services, Disability Services, Health Services, International Services, Learning Services and Upward Bound.
Hooley-Bundschu Library (1978)
The Hooley-Bundschu Library houses over 70,000 books and adds 1,500 books, videos, and software applications a year. In addition, as a member of the MOBIUS library consortium, the library has online access to book collections from fifty-four academic libraries in Missouri. There are study rooms available for faculty and student use. In addition, the Library houses a computer lab with 26 personal computers connected to the campus network and provides e-mail and Internet access as well as Microsoft Office and curriculum related software. The Library is designed to provide an environment conducive to learning and research in an age that merges written and electronic media.
Jeanne Collins Thompson Hall (2007)
Thompson Hall features 16 four-bedroom suites that include a contemporary kitchenette, living room area and two bathrooms. There is a lounge area and laundry on each floor. All campus residents have free wireless internet access, computer lab, laundry facilities and a student lounge.
Mabee Fieldhouse (1980, expanded 2001)
The Mabee Fieldhouse contains the gymnasium, equipment and locker rooms for men and women, weight room, walking track, and athletic offices. The fieldhouse is open to all Avila University students, faculty and staff.
Marian Center (1965)
Inside Marian Center you will find the Bookstore, Campus Life offices, Dining Hall and Eagle's Nest where you can play pool or ping pong. Marian Lounge has been renovated with new floors, new furniture and flat screen TVs.
McCullough Family Courtyard (2007)
The courtyard resembles the university seal made in brick with three circles conjoined by a triangle. This is a great place to hang out and cook some BBQ.
O’Rielly Hall (1963)
O'Rielly is our primary academic building with science laboratories, computer classrooms, lecture hall and classrooms. With a new smart room full of technology, students can get information in new and exciting ways.
Ridgway Hall (1970)
Ridgway residence rooms have been renovated to include two and three beds in a room. Each floor has a kitchen, laundry facilities, lounge and study rooms. Each room has free internet access, cable and local telephone service. Ridgway is also home to the Dallavis Center and the new Thornhill Art Gallery.
Schlumpberger Facility (1999)
This building is for Building Services. It includes offices and rooms where maintenance stores its equipment and machines.
Avila University has two computer labs and four computer classrooms. The two computer labs are located in the Hooley-Bundschu Library and in Carondelet Hall. Three computer classrooms are located in O’Rielly Hall and one is located in Dallavis Center. The library lab has 19 Dell computers and one Macintosh computer connected to the campus network. The network stores the application software, which consists of Microsoft Office and other applications for specific classes as well as allows access to the Internet. There is also a variety of software applications directed towards nursing education available on the library computers. For students living in the residence halls, a lab of 10 Dell computers is housed in Carondelet Hall. These computers have the same software as the O’Rielly computer classroom. There are four printers, of which two are color printers. One Dallavis classroom consists of 20 Apple Macintosh G4 and G5 computers, each equipped with a 17” Multiscan color monitor. Software available consists of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Works, Photoshop, Illustrator, QuarkXPress and other specialty applications. Both O’Rielly computer classrooms consist of 22 Pentium-IV computers, each having a SVGA color monitor. Each computer runs Windows software, including Microsoft Office and other specialty applications.
Thomas R. Zarda Family Athletic Complex (1991)
The Zarda Athletic Complex is a multipurpose outdoor athletic complex for softball, baseball and soccer.
Whitfield Center (1978)
Whitfield Center houses the Hooley-Bundschu Library along with the School of Business, the School of Professional Studies/Avila Advantage, classrooms and the Whitfield Conference Center.