Art-Sociology Building

The Art-Sociology Building was constructed in 1976 to provide a center on the University's campus for the study of the creative arts as well as sociology. This building with it's art decor located throughout it's premises is situated close to the McKeldin Library as well as a primary parking lot on campus. The Art-Sociology building hosts 10 rooms available for University affiliated organizations to reserve for classroom or meeting spaces.

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