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Classroom Building Accessibility

Spellmann Center
The Spellmann Center was built in 2002 and is accessible for students.  There are handicapped accessible doors on the second floor in front of the building and in the back (facing the football field).  There is also a handicapped accessible door on the third floor, under the clock tower.  Once inside the building an elevator can takes student to all floors.   The bathrooms are also equipped with handicapped accessible doors and stalls.  The Spellmann Center has handicapped parking by the second and third floors of the building.

Roemer Hall
Roemer Hall is one of the older buildings on campus, built in 1921, so it does have limited accessibility.  However, there is a ramp in front of the building and a handicapped accessible door so student with disabilities can enter the first floor where the executive offices and business offices are housed.  There is also a ramp and handicap accessible door to the right when facing the front of the building for students to enter the bottom floor where Academic Services and Financial Aid offices are.  Students with mobility issues that have classes in Roemer Hall should contact the Student Support and Disability Coordinator to request to have the class moved to an accessible building.  There is handicapped parking available to the left of the building and in the parking lot in front of the Memorial Arts Building. 

Memorial Arts Building
This building was built in 1939 and also has limited accessibility.  There is a ramp on the parking lot side of the building left of the front doors that allows access to the first floor.  There are no handicapped accessible doors in the building.  Students with mobility issues that have classes in the Memorial Arts Building should contact the Student Support and Disability Coordinator to request to have the class moved to an accessible building.  There is a parking lot with handicapped spaces in front of the building. 
 
Young Hall
Young Hall was built in 1965 and does provide accessibility to students.  There are two handicapped accessible doors for this building.  There is one in the back and another one located to the left of the Monsanto Green House.  Young Hall also has an elevator.  Handicapped parking spaces can be found behind the building and in the parking lot in front of Memorial Arts Building.

J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts
Built in 2008, this facility has handicapped accessible doors in the front and sides of the building.  There are also bathrooms equipped with handicapped accessible doors and stalls.  Students and community members with disabilities have access to enjoy the performing and fine arts produced in the Bezemes Family Theater, the Emerson Black Box Theater, and the Boyle Family Gallery.  The facility also has handicapped parking in the front.  

Harmon Hall
Harmon Hall was built in 1969 but completed a large-scale renovation in 2010.  The building has handicapped accessible doors in the front and on the right side of the building.  There is an elevator in the center of the building that takes you to all floors.  There are also bathrooms are also equipped with handicapped accessible doors and stalls.  Handicapped parking is located in the front of Harmon Hall.     

 
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