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Academic Spaces

Apfelbuam Hall
The Department of Communication calls Apfelbaum Hall home. Classrooms, media recording and editing suites, and a newly upgraded television studio are located here.

Bogar Hall
Home to the departments of religious studies, philosophy and modern languages, Bogar Hall features student classrooms and faculty offices.

Cunningham Center for Music and Art
The center houses the departments of art and music, as well as the university’s premier musical performance space, Stretansky Concert Hall.

Music spaces include numerous practice rooms for individual and small group use, and two percussion rooms and Heilman Hall for large ensemble rehearsals. The piano and computer music lab features Yamaha digital pianos and Macintosh computers.

Department of Art facilities include a traditional photography studio, digital photography computer lab, and graphic design studio featuring state-of-the-art Macintosh Pro towers, large format color printers and scanners.

Degenstein Campus Center
The campus center is home to several spaces connected with the School of Arts and Sciences. The Department of Theatre resides in the center, with faculty offices, costume and scene shops, lighting design lab. The Studio Theater provides a black box performance space, and the Degenstein Center Theater is a 450-seat Broadway-quality theater.

Student media outlets housed in the campus center include WQSU radio station and The Crusader student newspaper.

Fisher Hall
The newly renovated Fisher Hall is home to the departments of psychology, physics, and sociology and anthropology as well as literature faculty from the Department of English and Creative Writing. The building features student classrooms, faculty offices, and Faylor Hall, the university’s largest lecture hall.

The building includes several state-of-the-art learning spaces, including the Letterbox editing and publishing suite and the Paul D. Coleman Physics Center.

Natural Sciences Center
In 2010, Susquehanna University opened a new, state-of-the-art, 81,000-square-foot science facility. The facility has received LEED Silver certification, and its "green" features embody eco-friendly principles that faculty emphasize in class.

The facility houses Susquehanna's biology, chemistry and earth and environmental sciences programs. The building serves students of all majors, because science education is a requirement for all majors.

Steele Hall
Steele Hall houses the departments of history, political science and economics as well as student classrooms and faculty offices.

Weber Chapel Auditorium
Teaching spaces in the auditorium include a music technology center with analog and digital recording stations, a computer music composition station and a "real-time" computer music system used to create interactive music and multimedia for live performance. The Greta Ray Dance Studio boasts high ceilings, a sprung wood floor, bars and rolling glassless mirrors.

The Writers Institute
This building, renovated in 2010, houses the offices of creative writing faculty as well as two classrooms specially designed for writing workshops.

Performance Venues

Degenstein Campus Theater
The site of several plays and musicals throughout the year, this modern 450-seat theater allows students to take on new roles onstage as well as learn behind-the-scenes techniques in light and sound.

Stretansky Concert Hall
The university's premier musical performance space, Stretansky Concert Hall seats 320 people and is designed to optimize the sounds produced by the singing voice as well as instruments.

Weber Chapel Auditorium
The university’s largest venue, Weber Chapel Auditorium seats 1,500 and hosts numerous university events and performances, guest lecturers and visiting artist performances.

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