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1. Romano Student Alumni Center
This is the center of the campus where many of the events are held. Students meet with each other for a bite to eat, a drink of coffee at the Spartan Grill, a quick game of pool, or to watch some television all while they are listening to the WSTK radio station that our students run. 
The Romano Center also consists of the Campus Ministry, Bookstore, Career Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Development Office, and the Student Activities Offices. 
1a. Bookstore
1b. Student Development

2. Marian Gardens
2a. Naughton Hall

3. Maguire Hall
In Maguire Hall you will see Sullivan Theatre where the Laetare Players, STAC’s drama club, performs their elaborate productions. Recently renovated, Sullivan Theatre also serves as a classroom for the music classes, including a Guitar playing course.
Also in Maguire Hall are classrooms, Smith Seminar Room, Commercial Design and Art Studio. 
3a.  Sullivan Theatre

4. Aquinas Hall & Security 
Aquinas Hall falls in the center of all the academic buildings. It houses the Security Office, Mail Room and Athletics Offices.

5. Gymnasium & Fitness Center

6. Costello Hall 
Costello Hall is one of our newest academic buildings on campus specifically built for the Natural Sciences division. This is sure to be a second home for many of our science students who spend a majority of their academic time in class and labs. The convenience of this building allows all natural science professors to have their offices in one area.
The Berdais Biology Laboratory and the Casazza Chemistry Laboratory are both housed in Costello Hall. In addition, you can find the Poggi Family Terrace and the Azarian-McCullough Art Gallery. 
6a. Azarian-McCullough Art Gallery
6b. Science Labs

7. Spellman Hall
Spellman Hall is one of our main academic buildings where all students have access to the technology corridor and variety of services in addition to the classroom setting. 
Students receive services from the Center for Academic Excellence, Academic Affairs, Admissions, Faculty & Divisions Offices, Financial Aid, Registrar, HEOP Office, the Lougheed Library, and the newly renovated Communications Studio. 
7a. Communications Studio 
7b. Computer Labs (Digital Imaging Labs, Language Lab, General Labs)
7c. Lougheed Library 

8. Aquinas Village
The Aquinas Village houses upper classman students.  Our newly renovated buildings have a contemporary feel with a common area, as well as single and double beds per room. 

9. McNelis Commons Residents Suites
The residents suites are both contemporary and spacious enough for each student to live comfortably. With two suite rooms per unit, the students have the essentials with the legroom that they need. The common area allows the students to meet in the middle for hang time or just a quick chat.

10. McNelis Commons Dining Hall

11. Borelli Hall
Opened in Fall 2011, Borelli Hall is home to the Office of the President, Enrollment Management, Financial Affairs, Institutional Advancement, Business Office, Human Resources, and the Schools of Business and Education.

 
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