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Stokes Hall Update


After years of planning, Stokes Hall, a cornerstone of the University‚Äôs Institutional Master Plan and the first academic building to be constructed on the Middle Campus since 2001, broke ground October 4, 2010. The 183,000-square foot academic building, bearing the family name of Boston College alumnus, trustee and benefactor Patrick T. Stokes, will be built between Lyons Hall and McElroy Commons, and will house the University's humanities departments, the College of Arts & Sciences Honors Program, Arts & Sciences Service Center, Academic Advising Center and First Year Experience offices, as well as 36 new classrooms, a commons area, coffee shop, conference rooms and an outdoor garden and plaza. Read more 

Below, view architectural designs and take a virtual tour of Stokes Hall, narrated by Executive Vice President Patrick J. Keating. 

 Architectural images courtesy of Tsoi Kobus & Stephen Stimson Associates

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