O'Shaughnessy Hall
O'Shaugnessy Hall, built in 1969 in the President's Quad, was identified as the first of three residence hall conversions. This project will include major renovation of the 69,200 gross square foot building to create a faculty principal apartment, five to seven faculty/staff offices, a classroom, a community living room, and a small faculty meeting area.

The Residential Leadership Community will transform into the Residential College for Global Leadership and Social Change in the Fall of 2018. In this transition, the program will move to a renovated O’Shaugnessy Hall also in the Fall of 2018. The evolution of the RLC will offer a more comprehensive four year leadership experience including opportunities for regional and global engagement experiences. Planning for this transition is underway and is inclusive of current RLC students, faculty, as well as university administrators.  Read more about the O'Shaughnessy Hall renovation project.