Malouf Hall

Malouf HallDedicated September 12, 1974 during President Manford Shaw's term (1968 to 1976), Malouf Hall is named for long time friends of the college, Mrs. Mima A. and Mr. Anees B. Malouf. The lower level of Malouf Hall houses the School of Education, while the upper level contains classrooms and faculty offices.

ADA Compliancy

Access to the School of Education (1st floor) is through the automatic doors on the lower level, northeast side of the building.
Access to the 2nd floor (science faculty offices, labs and classrooms) is from the northeast across the ramp.
Accessible entrances: east, first and second floors
Accessible restrooms: 1, first floor
Automatic doors: 2, northeast


School of Education
    -Dean/Faculty Offices
    -Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
    -Master of Education (MED)
    -Master of Arts in Community Leadership (MACL)


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