Within these walls, Salve Regina students find endless opportunities for academic exploration. From our innovative Center for Business Outreach in the O’Hare Academic Building to the art and dance studios in the uniquely designed Antone Academic Center, our academic buildings provide the backdrop for students to pursue their passions through a variety of majors and research.
162 Webster St.
162 Webster St. houses faculty offices and provides a gathering space for graduate students enrolled in programs offered by the Department of Counseling, Leadership and Expressive Arts.
Nestled in the heart of campus near other academic buildings, Angelus Hall houses classrooms, rehearsal and performance spaces, and faculty offices for Salve Regina's music programs.
Antone Academic Center
Situated in the heart of campus near other academic buildings, the Antone Academic Center houses classrooms, laboratories, performance spaces, studios and offices for several academic programs.
An unparalleled performance space for students in Salve Regina's dance, music and theatre arts programs, the Casino Theatre also provides a unique backdrop for students to gain real-world experience.
Nestled in the heart of campus near other academic buildings, Marian Hall houses faculty offices for the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Religious and Theological Studies.
McAuley Hall houses classrooms, faculty offices and administrative space for the Office of Academic Affairs and academic programs such as administration of justice, education and psychology.
McKillop Library holds approximately 150,000 volumes and also houses computer labs, the mailroom, staff offices and academic resources such as the Writing Center and Disability Services.
Misto Gatehouse houses the offices of Institutional Research and Effectiveness and Mission Integration. It is named for Sister Leona Misto, the University's vice president for mission integration from 2001-2016.
O'Hare Academic Building
Sitting in the heart of campus along the Cliff Walk, O’Hare Academic Building houses classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, faculty offices, the Bazarsky Lecture Hall and Sandella’s Flatbread Cafe.