John J. Murphy Professional Building
William F. Walsh Science Center
William E. and Ann L. Swan Business Center
Dee Family Financial Services Lab (Rm. 101)
Meyer Family Classroom (Rm. 103)
Conference Room (Rm. 107)
Dresser-Rand Executive Lecture Room (Rm. 109)
Daugherty Digital Classroom (Rm. 203)
First Niagara Corporate Seminar Room (Rm. 205)
Cutco Executive Lecture Room (Rm. 209)
William C. Foster '62 and Daria L. Foster Pavilion (Atrium)
Jeffrey H. Peterson Board Room - Conference Room (Rm. 200)
Swan Outdoor Courtyard
Doyle Hall was originally built as the old friary in 1961 and was used as such until the late 1980s when the space was recommissioned for student and office use. With its spiritual roots, Doyle Hall features tastefully appointed rooms and tranquil spaces.
As one enters the University Chapel in Doyle Hall, one encounters an beautiful, spiritual place. Typical of a Roman Catholic church; the stained glass windows, the statues, and the serenity are but some of the features that help to add a heavenly presence within the room. Faculty, students and the community have been using the Chapel for more than 40 years.
Chapel accommodates up to 450 guests.
- Wireless and high speed Internet access
- Complete menu of audio visual & technology resources
- AV – Microphone
- AV – Microphone – Lavalier
- AV – Sound system
- Furniture – Chairs and altar
- Lighting – Dimmable
- Air conditioning
- Natural light and dimming lights
No food or beverages are allowed in the University Chapel.
Doyle Hall is located next to Falconio Hall and is just steps from the Sandra A. and William l. Richter Center, Reilly Center and Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts.
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