Introducing Stokes Hall
a focal point for the humanities and student formation
A cornerstone of the University's Master Plan, Stokes Hall enhances dramatically both the physical landscape and academic mission of Boston College. The 183,000-square-foot building serves as a center for the humanities and strengthens the University's long-standing commitment to student formation.
The first new academic building to be constructed on Middle Campus in more than a decade, Stokes Hall features 36 new classrooms, a Commons, Honors Library, outdoor plaza and ampitheater, and new Campus Green. These and other signature spaces are available for naming with leadership investments.
Take a tour with David Quigley, dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and view a live feed of Stokes Hall.