Insalaco Hall

Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall is a wireless, technologically smart learning environment. The $7 million structure houses the Assistive Technology Research Institute, classroom/conference space, and a contemporary art gallery. It connects directly to the newly renovated Lemmond Theater at Walsh Hall.

Insalaco Hall
The main level of the 28,500-square-foot building has four classrooms/conference rooms, a café, and a 2,600-square-foot art gallery. The lower level has three classrooms, a music ensemble room, several practice areas, a fine arts classroom and the Business Department offices.

Insalaco Hall Metzo Cafe
InterMetzo cafe is on the main level of Insalaco Hall. The cafe is available to students and staff that need a quick bite to eat or to relax at the cafe tables.

Insalaco Hall classroom
Insalaco Hall classrooms are equipped with ample space for students. Faculty utilize the latest teaching technology as each classroom is equipped with a smart sympodium. This compliments the rich learning environment and comfortable atmosphere.

Pauly Friedman Art Gallery
The Pauly Friedman Art Gallery occupies more than 2,700 square feet of space on the main level of Insalaco Hall. The multipurpose gallery is used for performing arts as well as visual arts.

Insalaco Hall main level concourse
The second floor lounge offers window seating that provides a great view of other campus buildings. New murals highlighting the charisms of mercy can be found on each wall near the seating area.