Shenandoah University Central Campus Tour

Walking campus tour/Central campus Winchester, VA

Shenandoah University Central Campus Tour

Winchester, Virginia 22601, United States

Created By: ShenandoahU

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Shenandoah University, established in 1875, is a private, nationally recognized university that blends professional career experiences with liberal education. We invite you to join our close-knit community, which is rich in creative energy and intellectual challenge.


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With a game room, dining options where you can use your Flex Dollars or Hornet Dollars, coffee, fitness center, meeting rooms, and more, the Brandt Student Center is a great place to relax, meet friends, study, and even listen to an impromp... Read more
Shoot pool. Watch the big-screen TV. Challenge a friend to a game of ping pong or foosball. The Brandt Student Center game room is an excellent place to play, relax and socialize. The game room is also a great spot for weekend and late-nigh... Read more
Pick up tasty offerings from Sandella's Flatbread Café, The Hornet Grill, Hissho Sushi, and Simply to Go. The grill is also a great spot for student events like trivia nights and club meetings.
The Mosaic Center embraces all races, sexes, gender identities, gender expressions, religions, ethnic backgrounds, socio-economic classes, sexual orientations, abilities, ages and immigration statuses. It focuses on valuing and fostering t... Read more
The Shenandoah University bookstore carries all of the textbooks you’ll need for your classes, and they can even help you download digital copies for your iPad! You can also pick up all the gear you’ll need to show your Hornet pride! ...
Shingleton Gymnasium is home to the university’s intramural sports program. Compete in Kickball, Indoor 4 v 4 Soccer, Bubble soccer, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Basketball (5 v 5), Volleyball, Cornhole Tournament, KanJam and more! This is a... Read more
As a student athlete, Aikens Athletic Center is your home base. This building houses athletic offices, the Gladys Quarles Athletic Training facilities, and the Toan Strength & Fitness Center. 
The Village offers gorgeous, state-of-the-art apartment housing for junior or senior students. Apartments are fully furnished, including a washer and dryer. Students must apply to live in The Village, and are selected to be mentors and posi... Read more
Goodson Chapel-Recital Hall is not only home to the university’s Office of Spiritual Life but also an intimate recital hall that hosts performances by smaller chamber ensembles as well as solo recitals by guest artists, faculty, and stude... Read more
As a prospective student, this is your resource center – start by getting connected with your admissions counselor, and connect to any other resources you’ll need – Hornet Central, Financial Aid, Student Success, and the registrar are... Read more
Say hello to the first place you’ll call home on campus! “Freshman Row” is what students lovingly call the neighborhood that includes Racey Hall, Parker Hall, Funkhouser Hall, and Gore Hall, all first-year residence halls. Here, you... Read more
Shenandoah University’s Wilkins Wellness Center is an outpatient health care center that provides medical treatment for acute and minor illness and injury. Their on-call registered nurses are there to help you be healthy. Winchester is al... Read more
Cooley Hall is home to a variety of university offices and resources, including Residence Life, the Counseling Center, Career and Professional Development, and the International Cross-Cultural Center. Part of Shendoah’s mission is inspiri... Read more
Allen Dining Hall offers an all-you-care-to-eat menu that includes just about every item you can imagine. Choices rival your favorite restaurants, featuring themed meals, allergy-friendly selections and plenty of vegan and vegetarian option... Read more
Henkel Hall is home to the College of Arts & Sciences. Here, you’ll find not only classrooms, but faculty and administrative offices. Shenandoah faculty and administrators are easy to connect with; sign up for office hours or stop by ... Read more
The Health & Life Sciences Building is home to Shenandoah’s biology, chemistry, pre-health professions and nursing programs. Here, you’ll find state-of-the-art labs where you can conduct research alongside your professors. In the si... Read more
Shenandoah is leading the way in virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences.  The SCiL Lab, which houses the university’s Virtual Reality Design programs, is a space that invites university-wide collaborative efforts. Through it... Read more
The Alson H. Smith, Jr. Library is the main library for Shenandoah University. Physical collections for the social sciences, humanities, and sciences are located here.  Notable collections include extensive music scores and Collected Editi... Read more
Get academic help at the Academic Enrichment Center through peer tutoring programs, the Writing Center, the Math Enrichment Center, study skills development courses and workshops, services for students with disabilities, and academic counse... Read more
Sarah's Glen, which opened in 2008 to honor Sarah Brandt, whose family’s name also graces the Brandt Student Center, is right in the heart of the main campus. Its gardens, ponds and labyrinth are located next to Abrams Creek. It's a place... Read more
 Along with Gregory Hall, Armstrong Hall is one of the first two buildings constructed when Shenandoah moved from Dayton, Virginia, to Winchester, Virginia in 1960. Armstrong houses Shenandoah Conservatory classrooms, offices and practice ... Read more
Here it is. The SU statue! If you haven't taken your picture with friends or family here, you haven't had the full Shenandoah experience. The SU statue is an essential part of the Quad, and the Quad is a great place to practice yoga, relax ... Read more
We hope you enjoyed your tour of Shenandoah University! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions via email (admit@su.edu); phone (540-665-4581); or text (540-592-45180). It's a great day to be a H... Read more

 

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