Created By: Marist College
Opened in 1987, and renovated in 2014, Lowell Thomas plays an important role for many Marist students. Lowell Thomas houses the academic disciplines of communications and computer science, communications being Marist’s largest major, with over 700 students studying the discipline. The building is named after Lowell Thomas, who was a pioneer in the field of communications, an author and a world traveler. Lowell Thomas has been influential in the history of Marist, and is the author of many documents that can be found in the archive center.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Marist College Campus Tour